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Just three days out from the UN’s Emergency Climate Summit, millions of people worldwide are joining the “Fridays for Future” movement on Sept. 20 to demand faster action to tackle climate change.
Protests, inspired by the 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg, are planned in some 150 countries. The aim is for students and others from around the world to speak in one voice about the impending effects of climate change on the planet. (JP/I Gede Dharma J.S.)
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