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STUDENTS STRIKE TO TEACH THE GOVERNMENT A LESSON

It was anything but a typical day at school for many Northern Rivers students; hundreds walking out of class, to teach the federal government a lesson about climate change.

The strike seems to have worked, Page MP Kevin Hogan agreeing to meet with students.

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    There are no polar bears in the Antarctic.
    The real problem is population, in 50 years the world population has doubled which is is the real issue with climate change.
    Greed. Money. The want to be wealthy beyond actual need.
    Just realise the actual truth.
    If the population keeps growing as it has where do you think we will be?
    Australia is a country with one of the largest deserts in the world, what will happen when we keep cutting down vegetation along the coast to build houses?
    What is happening to fish stocks in the ocean due to population explosion?