We are beyond moved by the huge success this Global Climate Strike has been. Thank you to every country, every city and every person that participated in this worldwide event. There is no planet B, let us save the one that has always been our home.
Albert Einstein once said: "The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing." I was one of those people who didn't had opinions on certain topics, but time has taught me that I should
Climate change is real and yesterday over 40.000 people marched together in the rain to raise awareness and to show the governments that they cannot ignore us any longer. Over 60% of wildlife has already gone extinct. Every day about 200 species leav
Over 40.000 people marched together in the rain and the cold. Governments you cannot ignore us any longer! The truth is out and we need to act NOW! We’re all in this together. The people united can never be defeated! REBEL FOR LIFE! @extinctionrebe
Sooo this happened at the Climate March in Amsterdam yesterday! Hours and hours of hard work really paid off. A big thank you to our brave climbers and all the people that helped making the banners! Also a big thank you to our two other brave climber
“Rutte walking over dead bodies.” - When the government fails to protect the people, we have to take action. For future generations. For other species. For the planet. For us!
Climate change is happening! We have 11 years to change the future! Let’s
On World Wildlife Day, XR Groningen had planned a die-in wearing wild animal costumes to draw attention to the mass extinction we are in. Coincidentally, Prime Minister Mark Rutte of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) was in Groningen