There has never been a more urgent need for policy makers and decision makers to align with the cause of mitigation of the unfolding climate crisis and ecological collapse.

We believe that future generations be allowed to inherit a planet that supports complex life forms. Don’t let nature go quietly, be the change and be heard – the future depends on the actions of today.

KZN Group Action Google Group to join click HERE:

To register your local actions please use the International Sign Up with the Action Network HERE

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Fridays For Future South Africa

Fridays For Future South Africa

#FridaysforFuture is a people's movement following the call from @GretaThunberg to school strike.

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The Ice in the Antarctic is starting to go aswell, whilst the Arctic is all but fully melted now. What does the effect of Antarctica melting have on Southern Africa? Our People, what geopolitical implications does it have? What will that do to the weather systems? Ocean currents? Sea level? Species migrations? Grazing, crop production? Techtonic stability? These are Major questions we should be asking? What answers do we have from our Scientific community and those who project scenarios for policy planning?A NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory study published Wednesday found that the edges of the Antarctic ice sheet, known as shelves, have been calving, or crumbling into the sea, faster than they can be replaced. Researchers using satellite data found that the ice loss since 1997, which was previously thought to be 6 trillion metric tons, is actually closer to 12 trillion metric tons.Warming oceans have been melting Antarctica’s ice shelves from below, which has weakened them. The shelves have an important role in the physiology of a glacier, keeping it from slipping into the ocean. As the shelves weaken, the glaciers tend to speed their pace of slipping into the ocean. The researchers think this study will help scientists understand the processes that lead to ice loss, allowing for better future estimates of sea level rise. See MoreSee Less
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Make your voice heard and speak truth to power when it counts the most on the 12th August 2022 at Durban Beachfront – details in the poster: See MoreSee Less
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Join the call for action and policy to mitigate the unfolding climate crisis – here is a new group sign up for KZN: #climatecrisis #ClimateEmergency #fridaysforfuture #EcologicalEmergency #debtforclimatesouthafricadocs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScctrJpNLaY6PD9IndghOPgHATBImfDLngfpXvIPZiRbRMPTg/viewform See MoreSee Less
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