Students march for climate action

November 30, 2018 by Michelle Favero
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Over 35 students from Sydney’s Emanuel School marched at the Big School Walkout for Climate Action in Martin Place today. 

Calling for action

Gabi Amoils, Year 12 commented: “It was empowering and amazing to see all the youth coming together to protect our future.” 
Liron Aron said: “It was an amazing experience to see everyone protesting and the placards showed how much people care. We want action now.”

Principal Andrew Watt was proud of the students for taking a stand. “Being part of the Big School Walkout for Climate Action was an important statement from our High School students. This was Tikkun Olam in action on a grand scale. With their placards, including my favourite, ‘System change, not climate change’, the students made their thinking visible with direct but peaceful action. These were not empty statements from the students, but genuine beliefs that they also have a strong voice and must be heard. I am proud of our future leaders of the community. This is where it all begins.”

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2 Responses to “Students march for climate action”
  1. John Phillips says:

    Everything these children use is made in countries fired by coal power, the alternative is bark huts and gathering native food. They are ignorant of the facts of our economy. Solar panels, batteries and wind turbines are all made using coal and mined products.

  2. Robert Weil says:

    Sadly, another example of the Reform movement abandoning Jewish values and brainwashing children with Marxist hogwash coated with the meaningless title of “Tikkun Olam” as if that bestows some sort of holiness on the ‘climate change’ hoax.

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