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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# climate strike

This year
Student: Instead of enjoying our childhood, we're forced to protest over climate change
Eva Bresnihan will join thousands of students tomorrow, 3 March in a global Fridays for Future climate protest.
All time
'We're the ones who will suffer': Secondary school students stage climate change protest
Gardaí had said they would not sanction the protest but it went ahead anyway this afternoon.
'We thought it was a bad idea': Greta Thunberg's dad says he was worried about her climate activism
Svante Thunberg said that he and his wife made changes in their lives to ‘save’ their daughter.
Collins Dictionary recognises 'non-binary' and names 'climate strike' as Word of the Year
Pop star Smith came out as non-binary this year, sparking a debate over gender and sexuality.
70% of Irish people support climate strikes, but one in five oppose them
According to a survey carried out by Amarach Research for RTÉ’s Claire Byrne Live/
Poll: Will the climate change strike impact government policy?
Millions of people took part in demonstrations around the world yesterday.
'Change is coming': Millions take part in climate change strike
Thousands of people attended rallies across Ireland.
PHOTOS: Thousands of students turn out around the country for climate strikes
Ireland’s strikes are part of a global movement calling for urgent action to address climate change.
Thousands of Irish schoolchildren join strike to demand government action on climate change
It follows a strike held by schoolchildren in Ireland earlier this year.
Opinion: As a teacher should I encourage my students to strike against climate change?
Part of me has begun hoping that I’ll turn up one morning with my Hamlet and Sylvia Plath prepared but my students won’t be there anymore, writes Ronan Moore.