When September 27, 2019 at 3:00pm 2 hrs

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The climate crisis is an emergency. From Sept 20-27, millions of people around the world will be walking out of their homes and workplaces to join youth-led #ClimateStrike actions demanding that leaders respond to this emergency.

Here in London, our City Council admirably voted in April to declare a Climate Emergency. Now it’s up to us, the people who elected them, to show our councillors how important action on the environment is to us. And to show them how important it is that the City takes real action now - so that declaring a “climate emergency” is not just words, but actually shifts policy, priorities and resources.

Fighting climate breakdown is about much more than emissions and scientific metrics – it’s about fighting for a just and sustainable world that works for all of us. If we are going to fight for this, we need everyone!

Come and join us outside City Hall from 3 to 5 pm on Friday September 20th and September 27th. Everyone is welcome - bring your kids! :)

We will share more details in the coming weeks. Our hope is that other events will spring up during the week of Sept 20-27, too!

Come join us! Can you help in any of the following ways?
* Please help us to spread the word on social media (Share share share! Don’t be shy!!!), and stick up posters
* Would you like to organise your own for the week of Sept 20-27? Please go ahead! And please let us know, too :)
* Would your organisation or group like to be an official supporter of London Ontario Climate Strike?
* Can you play music, juggle, dance, bring cupcakes, fruit, anything else?

Send us a message today! We are looking forward to hearing from you :) This movement will only grow if we each step forward and offer what we have, if we each offer our gifts, whatever they may be. Together we are powerful! Together we can achieve climate justice and a more just world for all.

For more info about the global climate strike, please visit: globalclimatestrike.net