There's evidence that climate activism could be swaying public opinion in the US

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There's evidence that climate activism could be swaying public opinion in the US

Rise in climate protests is changing perceptions of green activism in the US, argues Indiana University's Nathaniel Geiger

Climate activists walked out of classrooms and workplaces in more than 150 countries on Friday, September 20 to demand stronger action on climate change. Mass mobilisations like this have become increasingly...

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