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Extinction Rebellion publicity shot. Not the protest I attended

I recently went on an Extinction Rebellion march here in Winchester in the UK and it was a sobering occasion. Not the marching nor the noise nor the message shouted to the public at large. No, it was the number of people who turned up that day to march. There were barely more than fifty people, mostly older generation and concerned parents, who gathered for the event. In a city of…

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Writer, thinker and inveterate maker. Part-time Cognitive scientist.

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Faye Baker

Faye Baker

Writer, thinker and inveterate maker. Part-time Cognitive scientist.

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