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Lismore rallies for climate change action

Bearing placards, including ‘There is no Planet B’, hundreds of people of all ages marched through Lismore on Sunday against the government’s position on climate change and in support of the global Summit on Climate Change at the UN headquarters in New York.

Video Sharon Shostak


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2 responses to “Lismore rallies for climate change action”

  1. Jessica Lowe says:

    Well done 🙂

  2. Ondy Cleland says:

    Ah, Sharon, you’re so thorough! and quick! How do you get so many angles and so many interviews? Do you have a twin sister or three?
    I also made a video of our local rising star, 11 y.o Holley Somerville-Knott, who addressed the gathering with an inspiring speech and then proceeded to rock them all with a passionate rendition of ‘Free Me’. All finish dancing!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7gbhYFIkNk&feature=youtu.be

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