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More than 20,000 people are "arrested" by climate ministers through #ActForClimateJustice



At 21 o'clock on Wednesday night, the counter on the action site was shown by more than 20,000 people.

at the invitation of the Act for Climate Justice movement, more than 20,000 people were "arrested" by four climate ministers in the country, according to a contender published on Wednesday at 21:00 at the site of the action, www.wakeupyourministraters.be.

► "Do not be fooled by our mouths": a campaign calls for the "awakening" of the ministers of the climate

Act for Climate Justice, a civic movement that organizes civil disobedience actions for more social and climate justice, ran a poster campaign from Tuesday to Wednesday, offering citizens of Belgium the opportunity to "awaken" and "challenge" their ministers in charge of climate issues .

In Brussels, Namur, Liège, Leuven, Ghana, Antwerp and Ostend, about 2,000 posters "Awaken their ministers" were published and thousands of stickers were caught in public transport after the head of the initiative.

These publications relate to a website that encourages the population to directly address via e-mail, phone call, SMS or Twitter, four ministers in charge of climate and environmental issues: Marie Christine Marghem (Federal State), Jean-Luc Crucke (Walloon), Céline Fremault (Brussels) and Joke Schauvliege (Flanders).

► Climate Walk: a new route for the fourth event for young people

The web site offers a default message that can be customized. She specifically states:I associate my voice with thousands of others who pray that the issue of climate justice will be your priority and to work in a strong and persistent way to avoid being in a irreversible situation. The challenge is scary, but we count on you to get on that occasion. It's time to listen to us! "

At 21:00 on Wednesday, the counter has already exceeded 20,000 participants.


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