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How street protests have changed the climate debate

In an article for Bloomberg, Jeremy Hodges reported about
climate change protests around the world:

From Swedish teens skipping school to picket their
parliament, to protesters dousing Wall Street’s iconic “Charging Bull”
sculpture with fake blood, citizens are putting themselves at the forefront of
the fight to limit climate change. A wave of student-led Climate Strikes has
spread to more than 200 countries, while support for activist group Extinction
Rebellion has grown worldwide, with crowds of non-violent demonstrators
disrupting cities from Chicago to Tokyo to make their point. The protesters are
demanding drastic action, in a campaign grounded in civil disobedience.

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