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We are in the midst of a climate and ecological crisis. The time for action is long overdue so we are calling for all YOUTH in Australia to join us for our first NATIONAL call! Details: Sunday, July 28 5-6:30pm Use this zoom link to join https://zoom.us/j/2012022023 Let us know if we’ll see you there! 💚 #rebelforlife #extinctionrebellion #xry #wearetheyouth #wearethechange #xryouth
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Photo by @keirgravil ・・・ Times are changing. @tdokphotography here giving you the download on a very significant event that @bristollive and @bristol247 have been updating us on over the week. Extinction Rebellion (@xrbristol and other factions) have established themselves on Bristol Bridge to make people listen and politicians act on climate change. 🌍 Whether you like the disruption or not @extinctionrebellion are making history globally. . . Incredible capture in black and white adding to the depth and power of what’s happening right now. ✊ . . Share your view with @bristol_lens 🌈 🌍 . . . . . #Bristol #livebristol #bristolife #ilovebristol #bristol_lens #bestofbristol #SWisBest #ukshots #igs_europe #UKpotd #LoveGreatBritain #igerssomersetuk #gloriousbritain #topukphoto #uk_shooters #extinctionrebellion #xrbristol #blackandwhite #bridgeview #protest #protest #instablackandwhite #extinctionrebellion #socialactivism
One reason people fear international expansion is bureaucracy. It’s always there. But you shouldn’t be discouraged. International expansion brings so many benefits, worth the effort. You just need to be prepared.⠀ *⠀ I’ve made this podcast and an article with my thoughts – what are yours?⠀ *⠀ Subscribe to our newsletter to get access to exclusive articles and materials.⠀ *⠀ To read the full article ONE REASON PEOPLE FEAR INTERNATIONAL EXPANSION IS BUREAUCRACY, go to http://growinternational.org or listen to the episode #12 at http://growinternational.org/e12⠀ *⠀⠀⠀⠀ "International expansion is easier than you may think."
In five cities in the UK boats have popped up in the city centre. Each boat bear the words of our second demand – ACT NOW – and each are named after a climate activist, either living or passed, who have risked everything in defence of the future of our planet. 🍄⏳🌞 Bristol: Jeanette Kawas – Honduran environmental activist murdered in 1995 for opposing planting oil palm in protected areas and illegal logging. She is known as the first environmental martyr of Honduras and for her role in saving more than 400 species of flora and fauna. 🌞⏳🍄 Cardiff: Margoth Escobar – Ecuadorian environmental and indigenous rights defender working since the 1970s in the promotion of the rights of indigenous peoples from the Amazon region. On 29 September 2018, an arson attack was carried out at her home in Puyo, Ecuador. 🍄⏳🌞Glasgow: Amal Gous – A Sudanese tea seller murdered during the authorities’ violent dispersal of the sit-in in front of the army general command in the Sudanese capital on June 3. 🌞⏳🍄Leeds: Mia Mascarinas-Green – Philippine environmental lawyer, who specialised in investigating crimes against the environment. Killed in 2017, her death deepened concerns that the Philippines is one of the world’s most dangerous places for environmental campaigners, with more than 100 killed over the previous 15 years. 🌞⏳🍄London: Polly Higgins – Environmental lawyer who died earlier this year of cancer. She dedicated her life to fighting to create ecocide law that would make corporate executives and government ministers criminally liable for the damage they do to ecosystems. More information about specific activities and schedules can be found on each cities's Facebook page: - Extinction Rebellion Scotland - Cardiff Extinction Rebellion - Extinction Rebellion London - Extinction Rebellion Leeds - Extinction Rebellion Bristol Each city will coordinate their own unique protests drawing attention to different elements of the climate and ecological crisis: rising sea levels, floods, wildfires, extreme weather and crop failures taking place around the world. #WeAreTheBoat #rebelforlife #extinctionrebellion #rebelwithacause
Did not know about this group but, thanks for your job! Very Pacífic group with creative minds, trying to fight for what owns to us... Earth. #extinctionrebellionbristol #extinctionrebellion