The youth strike movement is calling for everyone, young and old, to stand in solidarity and mobilise alongside them for the Global Climate Strike on 20th September. People from all walks of life will be come together around this moment, from the earth strike movement to racial inequality campaigners, from shopkeepers to disability charities - we will take to the streets in hundreds of towns and cities across the UK to demand the change we need for climate, nature and people.

RSPB is standing alongside the UK Student Climate Network, encouraging all our staff and volunteers to take part or show their solidarity however they can, and we want to help all our members and supporters to do the same.

If you want to help build that beautiful, fair future for people and wildlife – show your solidarity on 20th September.


Please read Natasha Yorke-Edgell's blog post here to see what you can do to support - from finding out more on the national Facebook page, talking about climate change, sharing stories on social media (using #YouthStrike4Climate #FridaysforFuture and #EarthStrike) or going along to one of the peaceful protests around the country 
On 20th September the UK Student Climate Network is calling on everyone - adults, workers, community groups, trade unionists, nurses, teachers, steel workers, car manufacturers, waiters and everyone else in between to join us in a global general climate strike. We will be joining people all around the world in what's set to be a massive day of climate action.
Let's organise in every town and city in the UK and make this the biggest climate mobilisation in history. We have a chance to deliver a clear message for climate justice just 3 days before the UN emergency climate summit on 23rd September.
As a member of the public, you can choose to support whatever you agree with! Click here to find out more about youth strikers and click here to find out more about RSPB’s positions here.
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