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Young Italians march to 'take back the future' amid the climate crisis

Young Italians march to 'take back the future' amid the climate crisis

Fridays for Future demos in Italy's major cities

ROME, 19 April 2024, 15:24

ANSA English Desk



Young people took to Italy's streets on Friday to demand action to address the environmental crisis as part of the latest Global Climate Strike staged all over the world by the Fridays For Future (FFF) movement inspired by Greta Thunberg.
    Under the slogan 'Let's Take Back the Future,' there were marches in most Italian cities, including big demonstrations in Rome, Turin and Florence.
    The calls for climate action and appeals to ditch fossil fuels also came, among other things, with demands for a ceasefire in Gaza and for greater equality between the Global North and Global South.
    There was also criticism of the energy giant Eni and the Italian government's Mattei Plan, which seeks to create a new partnership with African countries to address the root causes of irregular migration and turn Italy into a sort of hub for energy supplies.
    "A decisive push towards moving away from fossil fuels is needed," said Leonardo Sordino of FFF Italia.
    "If we really want to remain within 1.5°C (over pre-industrial levels), we must follow the indications that science has been giving us for some time.
    "The latest IPCC report is clear: the transition must be accelerated, accompanied with measures to reduce inequalities, such as debt cancellation".


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