Today is the day of the big world-wide climate strike. I was going to join the march at Königsplatz here in Munich, but I’ve got the flu. So instead, I’m marching on the inside, writing this blog post, and modelling what we need to do to help the planet: do less; say no; slow down; STOP.
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When I was a 15-year-old school student, I had the permission of my parents and of the school principal to join anti-apartheid protests during school