We Want a Clean and Safe Future, Say Youngsters; Gemma Bone Is One of a Growing Number of Young People Who Are Mobilising over the Issue of Climate Change. She Talks to Environment Editor Tony Henderson
THIS weekend 24-year-old Gemma Bone will be putting in a hard shift on the climate change front. Gemma travelled to London from her home in Birtley, Gateshead, but it won't be a weekend jaunt of sightseeing and a show.
She will be at the Power Shift conference at the Institute of Education - the biggest ever youth summit on climate change.
The event has been set up by the UK Youth Climate Coalition, an alliance of youth organisations campaigning on climate change.
Gemma says: "Power Shift is young people getting together to decide how to protect our future.
"We can see the sort of world we want to live in, but the question is how to get it."…
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Publication information: Article title: We Want a Clean and Safe Future, Say Youngsters; Gemma Bone Is One of a Growing Number of Young People Who Are Mobilising over the Issue of Climate Change. She Talks to Environment Editor Tony Henderson. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: The Journal (Newcastle, England). Publication date: October 10, 2009. Page number: 16. © 2009 MGN Ltd. COPYRIGHT 2009 Gale Group.
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