Short and sweet, we’re in trouble. Something needs to be done. This Sunday, 21 September, the largest climate mobilisation in history will see millions marching and meeting to draw attention to this crisis and encourage world leaders meeting at the Climate Summit in New York next week to be brave and bold. The planet deserves nothing less. It is a meeting beyond us earth keepers - the wake up is calling everyone to do something now. Hope to see you all there!
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