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'More effective than UN': Student climate strike draws thousands

Brisbane Times Friday, 15 March 2019
Joining students marching through Canberra, former chief scientist Penny Sackett said the movement might be more effective than 25 years of UN climate summits.
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News video: Thousands of students join global climate strike

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From Sydney to London, thousands of school students walked out of classes on Friday in a global student strike to protest against government inaction on climate change. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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