Why the critics are wrong about Extinction Rebellion

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People who criticise the group's lack of ethnic diversity, the lifestyles of its activists, their 'unrealistic' aims, are missing the point, argues WWF UK's Gareth Redmond-King

Some daft things have been said about Extinction Rebellion over recent days and weeks, responding to the disruption as activists pop up in various locations with protests targeting those most responsible...

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