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it was Britain's biggest civil disobedience protest in decades , bringing climate change to the hearts of political debates I think the situation is certainly a great one well I think that %HESITATION the most important thing is to ensure that all government acts politicians should be judged on actions not words we should show that we're making a difference rather than simply telling everyone how important it is to change but extinction rebellion activists were left disappointed when environment secretary Michael go you've failed to the class a climate emergency so when she's day that lead it was already warning really says that was more non violent civil disobedience to come like refusing to honor past note that %HESITATION that would entail a mass refusal of paying off mortgages student loans so interest I mean that is just purely my opinion though that's well I'll be saying when we're talking strategy that I think that's the kind of way to go and I'm actually what we ones is with all of a suite we don't want to be an apostle really we want the institutions that role positive to Waco and go you know which is happening in the financial institution businesses go in we we just can't carry on as we also what we gonna do this to a friend prospects at a must step refusal would quote town the financial system upside down which is Matthew green is following this story clearly the movements going for a lot of internal debates at the moment and deciding how they can make the biggest impact off the surprising everybody I think even themselves %HESITATION with the amount of support and attention they gain the %HESITATION over the last few weeks many people say that it's unrealistic to rapidly the carbonized the economy but extinction rebellion is arguing it's not about what's realistic it's about what has to happen to avoid the most apocalyptic scenarios found in peer reviewed climate science , the challenge for extinction rebellion is getting more people on those in power to agree with that