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Why I support # FridayForFuture



By Oladosu Adenike (Email)
According to Mahatma Ghandi, “we must become the change we wish to see in the world”. So can this be said of has-tag FridayForFuture. It is often said that youths are the leaders of tomorrow and must exert what that future is. The youths and kids must participate in the future of theirs in conjunction with the elderly ones. One of the reasons why “climate” is becoming changed and subsequently leading to crisis (sub-crisis) is because of lack of youth planning in their tomorrow; such involves allowing their voices to be heard on critical or burning issues of the moments as such, climate change.
Also, climate change had led to expansive deserts (due to intense heat), food and low agricultural inputs. The voice of children and youths must be heard in all areas of life be it education, sport, health and governance system. According to Greta Thungerb, “but why should we be studying for a future that will soon be no more? This is important than school I think”. Explain clearly why children regardless of race must support a future of active participation in all aspects of a country.
The intergovernmental panel on climate change (IPCC) stated that from 1980 to 2012, the global temperature increased by 0.850C. The report also finds that limiting global warming to 1.50C would require “rapid and far-reaching” transition in land, energy, industry, building, transport and cities; this scientific report validates the needs for children and youths to be educated about finding solutions to climate change. This is because it prepares them for the challenges ahead of their future.

It is a known fact that “he who fails to plan has planned to fails” invariably validating #FridayForFuture as it allows children to prepare for their future. A future where there is forest than desert, clean energy than high C02 emitting sources and a place where they can comfortably called “mother earth”. Our today’s action is a true definition of our future. 

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