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Climate Strike

Trying to make a difference

Amy Hague
Amy Hague (1 post) Y10 Student View Profile

Hi, my name is Amy Hague. I’m 14 years old and I am a student at Prague British International School.

Today I attended the Climate Strike with my classmates, and it made me realise a lot of things. I went there without knowing much and came back with realizations, hope and passion, which is the reason I’m writing this. At first, I thought it was just a march to raise awareness for global warming. But no, its much more than that, at least it means much more to me.

Watching other teens stand up and fight for the climate, for example Greta Thunberg, made me want to contribute, by writing this article.

 Reading about what Greta Thunberg did was interesting and moving. I admire what she did for our world. She made more than a hundred countries try and raise awareness of this global issue, which is very important for the existence of humanity (which is impressive if you ask me). She skipped school, just because she found the climate of our world so much more important.

Reading about what Greta Thunberg did was interesting and moving. I admire what she did for our world. Amy Hague, Y10 student

This world of ours, our only planet with life, our Earth, well it’s suffering. Because of us. We humans did this to our beautiful Earth.

Not that many people care about this, they don’t think it is that important. This is our existence we are talking about. Really people! This is how you want our whole life to end?! I’m serious we’re going to die out. Every one of us.  Just because of some stupid mistake we have made.

Look at what we have done, what we have built, and created. Look around. What you see, is what we have made, what our creative, and very intelligent minds have done, all the hard work we put into making life fun, and overall extraordinary.

We humans are amazing! We can do so many things. We can sing, we can dance, we can debate, we can make anything work. We are clever and one of a kind, the only ones out there. The lovely Earth has created us (and guys you must admit she has done a pretty amazing job at it). Is this how we decided to pay her back? We have come so far and there are so many of us. Enough to make a difference. It is not too late.

This issue IS important to me and I want to help make a difference and you should too.

“WHAT DO WE WANT?

  • CLIMATE JUSTICE!

WHEN DO WE WANT IT?

  • NOW!”