San Diego college students are participating in strikes to demand that the county set a goal of net zero emissions by 2030 and heart equity in its local weather movement plan.
SAN DIEGO – Students at many colleges and faculties in San Diego County are using their voices on Friday to account for local climate change. They do so via a series of faculty strikes that take place across the county on Friday.
Children say they need adults to know that they are not just going to accept the current local weather scenario. The strikes are led by students from South Bay colleges like Hilltop and Bonita Vista. The group walks from Friendship Park, a few blocks from City Hall.
Organizers say the group is demanding the county set a goal of net zero emissions by 2030 and heart equity in its local weather movement plan.
Many wore pointers and a few of them were studying “Don’t Fracture Our Future” and “Science Is Not A Conspiracy Theory”.
One of the organizers, a high school student, told News 8: “As young people we are responsible for the future and the future of our planet. This is why it is so important, in particular, that young people are gathered here today to demonstrate that we must take action. “
Other Indigenous colleges that participated included: San Diego High School, Point Loma High School, East Village Middle College High School, Otay Ranch High School, Sweetwater District Colleges, San State University Diego, the University of California at San Diego, high schools and high schools at University City. Technical high school.
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