Friday the 20th September is the date for people in Japan to start agitating for action on the climate crisis. Many people are now seriously concerned about the catastrophe society faces because of global warming. Take the day off work or school, join the march and other events planned, and feel the power that’s possible when people act together. The group will assemble at 5pm in front of the United Nations University.
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