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A Climate Strike Q&A from Indonesia

What will you be doing for the Strikes? 

Together with my local group, Fossil Free Bengkulu, we’re going to hold a protest from the main road to the regional government office, featuring art and a mural.

What has your role

We are joining hands to Save Lamu and the Sundarbans

This is our heritage, we need to protect it.

The distance between Kenya and Bangladesh is more than six thousand kilometers but both these countries have much in common. From their abundant natural beauty, rich cultural heritage and warm-hearted people, 

Finance Ministers Must Face Climate Risk to Economy

Finance ministers and central bankers representing 90% of the global economy (the “G20”) will meet  under increasing pressure to regulate and prepare financial markets for the threat of climate breakdown.

“Overall the financing from commercial banks and development banks from

This is how we’re shutting down fossil fuel finance

As climate strikes roar around the globe, the fossil fuel industry’s social license to pollute our planet is looking increasingly likely to expire. Even more than that, campaigners are starting to hit the fossil fuel industry’s sources of income.


Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, releases new policy on coal finance

In response to Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc (MUFG)’s new policy on coal finance, global climate campaign group 350.Org issued the following statement.

Shin Furuno,’s East Asia Finance Campaigner said from Japan:

Every day we welcome a new commitment