As many of you know, today is the second Cambridge Climate Strike Online so far, and some creative activists have shared their inspiring work with us!
First, we have a poem called "5 Minutes For Lunch" a spoken word piece by Zeenath Islam, which you can listen to here. Zeenath says:
"Let's respect nature. Living in this modern age this poem highlights the beauty, fragility and transitive elements around us in Cambridge."
Second, we have "Climate Change" by Dzvinka Teslenko, a poem raising awareness about the crisis and the impact of people:
Many are loosing their home Due to ice caps melting Flooding happening all over the wolrd Animals loosing thier habitats But people are still ignoring
People who don't want to bother People who think they don't have a voice Politicians blocking it out So help us Stand up for what's right On you own you might not have a voice But together we are strong Fight, keep fighting Fight for what's right Even if its a little thing Like turning off the light 'ping' Or reusing a plastic bottle Can make a big difference if we all join in Especially we must care For all the people Wh o can't afford a shelter Or people with illnesses who might not know what's going on We must tell every They must all know How our planet is in danger And how it's heating up We must find a way for it to stop But first we need everyone's attention We need to work together To reuse recycle and reduce So please again Before you throw away youre bottle Think about the effect it'll make Make it into something else before it's final dep
And last but not least, we have a song. `Written by Citrus George, and performed at the Cambridge 105 with Nick Skelton. Please listen below!