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Two-week climate crisis protests begin | Money Talks

Climate crisis protesters around the world started a new wave of demonstrations and sit-ins on Monday. The Extinction Rebellion movement says it will co-ordinate international protests for two weeks. It's called on governments to respond to the crisis with greater urgency. Simon McGregor-Wood reports from London For more, Michael Jacobs, professor of Political Economy at the University of Sheffield, joined us from London.

Extinction Rebellion: Changing the game?

Extinction Rebellion: Changing the game?

To fight climate change

To fight climate change

Climate Change Protests: Demonstrators in London call for more action

Climate Change Protests: Demonstrators in London call for more action

Climate Change Protests: Dozens of activists arrested around the world

Climate Change Protests: Dozens of activists arrested around the world

Türkiye committed to resolving Ukraine-Russia grain crisis

Türkiye committed to resolving Ukraine-Russia grain crisis

Proud Boys, The Base declared terrorist groups by New Zealand

Proud Boys, The Base declared terrorist groups by New Zealand

Highlights of President Erdogan’s address at the NATO summit

Highlights of President Erdogan’s address at the NATO summit

Canada's new toolkit to stop hate groups' recruitment

Canada's new toolkit to stop hate groups' recruitment

Bodies of 20 migrants found in Libyan desert

Bodies of 20 migrants found in Libyan desert

Key points of Finland and Sweden's memorandum with Türkiye

Key points of Finland and Sweden's memorandum with Türkiye

251 shoes displayed in NYC to honour victims of 2016 coup attempt in Türkiye

251 shoes displayed in NYC to honour victims of 2016 coup attempt in Türkiye

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Muslim rights group accuses Twitter of discrimination

Muslim rights group accuses Twitter of discrimination

Leaked NATO documents recognise Türkiye's efforts to disarm Eastern Aegean islands

Leaked NATO documents recognise Türkiye's efforts to disarm Eastern Aegean islands

Indian police arrests prominent journalist and fact-checker

Indian police arrests prominent journalist and fact-checker

Dozens of calls to US law enforcement resulted in death

Dozens of calls to US law enforcement resulted in death

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