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OPINION: Wise words for the schoolkids

Wednesday 13 Mar 19 12:00pm

This Fridayís strike by school students calling for action on climate change has the support of some of our wisest citizens. Wise Response Society secretary DUGALD MACTAVISH explains why.


WISE RESPONSE considers the best way to show support for Schools Strike 4 Climate is for each of us to take control and lead the way with personal emissions reductions.

In 2018, the International Panel for Climate Change stated that, to avoid traumatic changes in the climate, it was vital to limit global average temperature rise to 1.5deg, yet even with the international reductions pledged, we are currently on track for over 3deg.

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