Ask the UK Student Climate Network Anything - TSR Goes Green!

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StrawberryDreams
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This month, TSR has been going Green!

In honour of this and the Global Climate Strike happening in cities around the world tomorrow (20th September), we wanted you to have the chance to ask about what's happening with Climate Change, and what people are doing to combat the issue. This is your opportunity! We have the UK Student Climate Network ready and waiting to answer your questions

Get your questions in now by posting below, and we'll be selecting questions for the UK Student Climate Network to answer!

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Please submit your question by 10am Monday 23rd September to be considered
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Is this godawful planet really worth saving? Like I'm all for it but there just seems to be too many ****ty people and I've kinda just given up
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what is the '18 month deadline' for and do we need to be worried about it?
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Could you guys keep the protests out in the streets and not disturb train stations because many like myself just need to go to work?
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Cool!

What do you/hope to do besides strikes?😊
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Are you all Remainers?
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Tell us about climate change prevention and its impact conomic growth
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1) If you were given £100m straight up, lets say by the UN somehow, to fight climate change, what would you spend it on?

2) What do you recommend students do as individuals to fight climate change? Does that change once a young person starts work, and has more disposable income?

3) Do you think Extinction Rebellion has been helpful, or harmful?
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Do other people in your school participate in the climate strikes too?
Have your school & parents been supportive, or have they tried to stop you?
What's been the biggest challenge in getting heard/taking part in campaigning?
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How much do you engage with politicians and which ones are most supportive to your cause?

(And don't just advertise the Green party)
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Thats great
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Hey everyone! The UKSCN answered as many of your questions as they could You can read them all here.

My apologies if your question wasn't answered - they only had a limited number they could reply to as they are very busy people!

Thank you all for getting involved
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(Original post by StrawberryDreams)
Hey everyone! The UKSCN answered as many of your questions as they could You can read them all here.

My apologies if your question wasn't answered - they only had a limited number they could reply to as they are very busy people!

Thank you all for getting involved
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(Perhaps quote us all in too?)
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