#ExtinctionRebellion: Academic embracing direct action to stop #climatechange #auspol #qldpol #nswpol #springst #ClimateStrike #StopAdani #TheDrum #QandA Demand #ClimateAction

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By Rupert Read

Rupert Read

Read studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) at Balliol College, Oxford,[2]before undertaking postgraduate studies in the United States at Princeton University and Rutgers University (where he gained his doctorate).

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Not heard of the “Extinction Rebellion” before?

Then you heard it here first.

Because soon, everyone is going to have heard of it. The Extinction Rebellion is a non-violent direct action movement challenging inaction over dangerous climate change and the mass extinction of species which, ultimately, threatens our own species.

Saturday November 17 2018 is “Rebellion Day” – when people opposed to what they see as a government of “climate criminals” aim to gather together enough protesters to close down parts of the capital – by shutting down fossil-powered road traffic at key pinch-points…

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