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More than 100 people arrested as climate protests bring London to standstill

Thousands of activists led by Extinction Rebellion have blocked major roads in London to demand action on climate change, and promised to keep it going for a week.
SBS - Published

'Kids should be in school': Students attending climate protests come under fire from senior politicians

Thousands of Australian school students will miss school on Friday in strikes calling for more action on climate change - but a senior government minister has warned about adult activists "using and..
SBS - Published

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'We gonna have a lot more arrests' declares Extinction Rebellion protester in front of huge crowd [Video]'We gonna have a lot more arrests' declares Extinction Rebellion protester in front of huge crowd

One protester who is reported to have been detained by police earlier in the week declares he believes there will be "a lot more arrests before the end of the week."

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Actress Emma Thompson joins London climate protest [Video]Actress Emma Thompson joins London climate protest

Actress Emma Thompson has joined in on the climate protests in London, addressing crowds from a pink boat in Oxford Street. Report by Etemadil. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and..

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More than 120 held, 55 bus routes closed and 500,000 lives disrupted as climate protests continue [Video]More than 120 held, 55 bus routes closed and 500,000 lives disrupted as climate protests continue

More than 120 people have been arrested, over 50 bus routes closed and half a million Londoners' lives disrupted as a series of climate change protests entered a second day.

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The Brief: Climate protests go rogue, trade talks, copyright and Mid-East policy [Video]The Brief: Climate protests go rogue, trade talks, copyright and Mid-East policy

The Brief: Climate protests go rogue, trade talks, copyright and Mid-East policy

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Teenager Gets Nobel Peace Prize Nomination: Here's Why [Video]Teenager Gets Nobel Peace Prize Nomination: Here's Why

This is the story of Greta Thunberg.

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Students skipping school to attend climate protests warned they're 'breaking the law'

Thousands of Australian school students will miss school on Friday in strikes calling for more action on climate change - but the NSW government has warned they will be breaking the law.
SBS - Published

Australian students defy PM with climate protests

Australian school children have skipped class to demand government action on climate change.
SBS - Published

Climate protests across the world

Protesters have called for a major shift to renewable energy at climate rallies held across the world.
SBS - Published

Global climate protests held as UN talks falter

Thousands of protesters have marched globally, calling for action on climate change as the United Nations climate talks falter.
SBS - Published

Marches seek action on climate change

Activists around the world have participated in "Rise for Climate" protests before the San Francisco summit taking place this week.
SBS - Published

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