Hold the front page?

What do various website’s home pages say about the climate strike?

Here are four websites where the message is prominent and positive;

Greenpeace
Friends of the Earth
Green Party
RSPB

And here are some websites where one might have expected some mention of the climate strike but there isn’t…

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Stratey
Defra
National Trust
Wildlife Trusts
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8 Replies to “Hold the front page?”

  1. To be fair to Derbyshire Wildlife Trust they do have it on their homepage if you pan down a little. It also encourages people to join them outside at 11:00am at Derby Council House in the centre of Derby. Many DWT staff will be there.

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      1. It is poor that the Wildlife Trust as a NGO hasn't got behind this.
        I just didn't want Derbyshire to be painted with that brush.

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  2. Does this mean Ratty ,Mole and Badger won't be there?
    Probably just as well if they were intending to go in Toad's car.

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  3. I think it is essential that all conservation objectives are fully linked to climate change, the biodiversity crisis in general, and all environmental impacts. These things have common solutions, and we are never going to engage in effective conservation if we ignore impacts that could wipe out over half the life on Earth.

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  4. A single tweet by Shropshire Wildlife Trust about Friday's climate strike in Shrewsbury but nothing ahead of the event and no mention on their website. Do they not feel it's part of their mission?

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