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Climate change is the biggest threat facing my children, that's why I'm taking action

10 monthes ago   |   By Friends of the Earth Scotland

Elizabeth Cripps is a climate justice researcher at the University of Edinburgh, a mother of two, and co-organiser of Edinburgh Mothers Rise Up. On Saturday 31st August, they will unfurl a banner demanding climate action outside St Giles Cathedral on the Royal Mile, Edinburgh.
On Saturday I'll be on Edinburgh's Royal Mile with dozens of other parents to demand climate justice for our children. This is why.
Climate change is the biggest threat facing our children. According to the world's best climate scientists , we have just 11 years left to stave off a future of disease, extreme weather...
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