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GENERATION Z Genzeco.org


Welcome! We are Generation Z! Twelve students from all over Europe, fighting for an uncompromised future. To ensure a sustainable future, we fight for our climate by 1) confronting global institutions with their objective failures, 2) publishing our knowledge and findings and by 3) creating climate change adverts This is our Striking Dictionary. Read it, react to it. Spread the words! #cut11percent


First run: Feburary 2019 Published by Fysio Educatief in coöperation with ChildPress.org Copyright ©2019 Childpress.org Design: www.thisissaf.com

This publication is part of the Another Uncommon Dictionary series. Another Uncommon Dictionary suits the deed to the word! It reveals topics that matter to children in a straight forward A-Z manner and supports children to actively explore their skills, broaden their knowledge and obtain their universal rights.

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Striking Dictionary This Striking Dictionary is meant for all those who are or want to become involved in the wave of student strikes for the climate circulating the globe. We admire all of you so much. We have to join together in action to stop catastrophic climate change, and safeguard our future. This Striking Dictionary is written to aid everyone involved in the strikes, by defining the key terms and concepts. The basic demand is to reduce emissions fast enough to limit global warming to well below 2 degrees C - this is what all governments have agreed to do. This Dictionary does not pretend to say everything, it is simply a handbook to the language we need when discussing a strike for the climate. Our actions matter - and so do the words we frame them with.


Action Banners Collapse Demands Emissions gap Future Greta Horseshit Increase Justice Knowledge Law Matthew Pye

Numbers Julie Ward Objective failure Generation Z Prize (eyes on the) Name Lastname Quality, not quantityOle Eikslund Responsibility Name Lastname School strike Name Lastname Greta Thunberg Transparency & Truth Unity Very High Developed (VHD) Worry Xtinction Youth Zero emissions Matthew Pye


Dear Parents, Dear Adults, We are not doing this out of a lack of respect for our future. We are doing this because we simply want to have a liveable future. We are not doing this because we are looking at weird websites. We are doing this because the science is so clear. We are not doing this because anybody wants us to do this. We are doing it because the laws of physics and chemistry demand it. We are not doing this because we don’t want to do our work. We are doing this because you have not done your work. We are not in positions of power or influence to make the laws needed to avoid catastrophe. We are simply asking that you do it. Until these laws are made, we will be here. Every nation of the world has been promising to do this for 30 years. Emissions are still going up, not down. The first letter of our dictionary is A is Action.


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ction

Action is the act of doing something to achieve an aim. The aim is to stop catastrophic climate change, by reducing emissions. For 50 years we have known the dangers of man-made climate change and for 50 years nothing has been done about it: greenhouse gas emissions - the cause of climate change increase year on year on year, and if we do not take action, they will keep on increasing to well after 2030. Non violent action is a very powerful tool to to achieve the revolutionary changes that are required to stop climate catastrophe. Different types of action like strikes, protests, petitions, marches and public debates or meetings brought success to the movements led by Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, and more recently Leymah Gbowee. Now we have an opportunity to demand that climate change be stopped. It allows us to show our fear, our determination and our will to fight for our future.


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anners

A visual way of expressing the main message. There are no limits to creativity while making a banner. Cardboards, badminton rackets and T-shirts - anything can be used. However, the text has to be short, simple and most importantly clear - it must carry the message. In all their variety, the banners have to communicate one big central message: what exactly do you want your government to do? With coherence and unity the impact of the message becomes massive. For example, women in the 1920s went out into the streets with banners “Votes For Women”. In the Civil Rights Movement it was a demand for “Equal Rights Now!”. Their message was obvious, and the government knew what was demanded. For climate actions, the obvious message is to demand ‘Cut Emissions Now’, so that the government knows exactly what we demand from them to stop catastrophic climate change.


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“Cut 11 percent, No Planet B, The right to know!”

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ollapse

“The collapse of our civilizations and the extinction of much of the natural world is on the horizon” said Sir David Attenborough (2018), voicing the conclusion of many eminent scientists. Collapse is the sudden and complete breakdown of a system. Nature is on a verge of irreversible tipping points, from which recovery is impossible (on human timescale). Without immediate effective action systemic, civilization and environmental collapse will happen. To avoid such a catastrophe, we must force politicians and lawmakers to create the necessary policies and laws that will lead to sufficient reduction of carbon emissions. So much of climate change is far removed from sensory experience, whether by size (there is no-way we can sense 411 parts of CO2 parts per million in the atmosphere) or time lag. Human beings search for sensory experience to understand our world. It is normal. This is why there are so many Facebook pages about recycling and plastics, that can be shown through photographs. However, this climate crisis is much bigger than all those polluting toxic and ugly plastics in the ocean. What is at stake is the collapse of human civilisation as we know it. Weird to think, weird to write, weird to say - because we don’t sense it. But that is the very odd truth about those CO2 molecules hanging out above our heads.


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emands

To demand is to ask for something forcefully, making clear you will not accept to be refused. Demanding change isn’t anything about aggression, or alarmism. Were the East Germans wrong to demand that the wall came down? Was Martin Luther King wrong to demand equality? What you are demanding is just as reasonable and achievable. You have the right to demand a safe future, you have the right to demand a cut in emissions, large enough to avoid collapse, you have the right to demand #cut11percent Heeding the warnings of scientist and demand immediate effective action is being realistic, not alarmist. Those who are not prepared to act on these demands are the ones who are being unrealistic, and are the ones who are really alarming us.


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CUT EMISSIONS BY 11% PER YEAR NOW!

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missions gap

The emission gap is the difference between the emission reduction pledges governments have made in international agreements and the emission reductions actually required to keep global warming well below 2 degrees Celsius. The United Nations Environmental Programme reports annually on the emission gap. The emission gap is huge, and growing. The pledges will achieve less than one third of the emission reductions required to keep the warming below 2 degrees Celsius, and one sixth of what is needed for 1.5 degree Celsius. Even if emission reduction pledges would increase threefold or sixfold, large amounts of carbon dioxide would need to be removed from the atmosphere (so-called negative emissions), and scientists doubt this is technically, economically and physically feasible. While their pledges are already totally inadequate, highly developed nations, like the European Union and the USA are not even on track to meet their pledges. To avoid 2 degrees Celsius warming, the highly developed nations must reduce their CO2 emissions by 11% per year, starting now. That is our demand!


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uture

Adults repeatingly say that it is up to our generation to battle climate change as if it is some distant threat. They are totally wrong. By the time we are their age, if emissions have not already been dramatically curved down we will even be unable to pick up the pieces - confronted with runaway climate change that will be playing havoc with our civilisation. Our lives will be lived more in the future and we will have to face most of the worst consequences of inaction. Whether it’s directly or indirectly everybody will be affected either by food scarcity, water shortages, rising sea levels, natural disasters or the influx of incoming climate migrants. It is up to the youngest generation to fight for a future and the wellbeing of humanity altogether. That future is not far away. There are already severe signs of climate change present today. Stop wishing for distant future generations or future technologies to sort things out. We are striking because everything has to start happening immediately. This is the end game, now.


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reta

Greta Thunberg, a 16 year old activist and our role model. Since August 2018, she has been striking for climate change action and for a stable future. Greta is inspirational because she is not scared to get out there and fight for what she knows is right. She states that her Asperger condition allows her to see our world from a different perspective, a perspective that cuts out all the rubbish. As she explains, climate change is black and white, either we reduce emissions and stop climate change, or we don’t. “Some people say that we are not doing enough to fight climate change. But that is not true. Because to “not do enough” you have to do something. And the truth is we are basically not doing anything”. Greta you are simply amazing. Thank you for being so clear, so transparent, so correct.


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“We have to understand the emergency of the situation. Our leadership has failed us!�

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orse shit

Horseshit. Despite being so much bigger in volume than, for example, dog shit, it manages to surprise you every time you come across it, by the weird lack of offensive smells. (Note BvM: have you guys never removed horseshit, it smells pretty bad) This is, of course, due to how delicately the inside of a horse works; producing massive amounts of, well, shit, that goes blissfully unnoticed by anyone who doesn’t know what they’re looking for. Politics is largely the same. We live in an era where nobody knows what to believe, and as a result, a lot of horseshit goes unnoticed right in front of our faces. Not too bad-smelling percentages and statistics are thrown around with promises that “we’ll do better” or that “were well on our way to fixing this”, all to mask the steaming pile of horseshit that is reality; that things are only getting worse with every passing day. It is crucial to the climate movement to partly, be able to know where and what to look for, but more importantly, get rid of horseshit, especially with regards to issues as sensitive as these. We are mad as hell and we are not going to take it more.


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ncrease

To increase is to become or make greater in size, amount or degree. As we live in the 21th century everything seems constantly increasing. Our knowledge about space and time, our technological abilities, and even the number of garden gnomes (shout out for garden gnomes!). The human population and our consumption is increasing too, at an ever increasing rate. Such an increase naturally leads to the increase of resource extraction and an increase of emissions and CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere. Consequently, natural resources from which humans and all their products are exclusively made, are decreasing at ever faster rates. And so is the remaining carbon budget for well below 2 degrees Celsius. We need to know and respect the laws of physics and chemistry, which demand that governments increase their efforts to decrease resource extractions and emissions. To end the climate crisis the EU needs to cut emissions by 7% per year, starting today.


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ustice

Justice is the quality of being fair and reasonable, something we expect from our governments. Concerning climate change there is no fairness, no justice. We have to deal with two main injustices: The first one is generational injustice. Older members of society don’t seem to understand the damage they are causing, by ignoring the warming of the planet, for the younger generations. Young people deserve the same chances that past generations have had. Secondly, there is a huge international injustice. Highly developed countries are responsible for the most resource extractions and the highest emissions. Less developed nations have very little responsibility for resource extractions and emissions. Yet perversely, less developed countries are affected most by it. This is unfair.


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nowledge

Currently the bare facts and the pure science regarding climate change are not clearly known by or shown to the public. If people do not know a problem exists, logically they are not going to solve it. The lack of knowledge and information about our highly unsustainable emission and resource extraction rates is one of the core reasons for humanity’s inaction to solve these problems. How many people really understand the deep trouble we are in? How many people think that a strike is an over-reaction? How many people still think that recycling and being a bit careful is going to fix the problem? We are demanding the facts, transparency and clarity because we have a right to know. We need the media to report on these strikes properly. This is not about some rebellious youths, this is not a trend. We are asking adults to take our points seriously. Climate Change has not been taught properly in schools for decades how would adults know the truth? We are here to fix the problem.


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aw

Climate change is the largest challenge ever posed to the human population. For 30 years and more, we have been told to recycle, shower less, switch off the lights, eat less meat, fly less, every little bit helps. However, individual action is just not going to cut it. Emissions have increased and keep on increasing. What is needed are laws. Fact-based, robust, restrictive legislation which forces governments, companies and consumers to reduce carbon emissions. It is really a no-brainer. We have laws which protect us from speeding in front of schools, from food poisoning in restaurants, from robbery. Why should we not have laws which protect us from climate system collapse? Legislation is, in the end, what can stop climate collapse. We can not rely on the good-will of businesses or individuals. We demand legislation which will #cut11percent.


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r. Pye

Matthew is an author, teacher and a thought leader in climate change. He recently wrote a book - “No Common Sense, Philosophy Tackles Climate Change ”. His book is not only easy to read, but also witty, clever and highly informative. These are two topics that sound quite heavy - but he makes them approachable - like him! He has worked closely for 8 years with Michael Wadleigh (Oscar winning director ‘Woodstock’), and Sustainability expert Birgit Van Munster. Known affectionately as Mr Pye - he has set up an Ecology Academy in his school which guides young people through the challenges that our Ecological Debt brings to our hearts and brains. He is not alone. There are many adults and teachers doing everything they can to support and develop us. We need more adults around us like this. We need more education like this. We have a Right to a Know the truth about what is going on. We have a right to basic protection and respect. Thank you for helping us understand more about our world, and how to move about in it.


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umbers

When talking about global warming in particular, scientists use the temperature levels of pre industrial times as ‘0C’ to be able to measure any human caused temperature rise in comparison to before we started emitting. The planet is a biologically sensitive system, which responds to seemingly small changes in the environment. Ask anyone with a fever of 1°C or more how they feel, and they will probably be pretty miserable about it. It is the same for any species. A sustained rise of 2°C is a major problem. A rise of 4°C is a crazy emergency - anyone with that condition is in danger of dying and needs to be rushed to hospital. At a 1°C temperature rise, the effects on our planet can be seen in hurricanes, the bleaching of coral reefs, and the increase in diseases. All of which is happening right now. At a 2°C increase, there is a serious sea level rise, which in turn causes flooding, and thereby human migration. The longer this temperature is held, the more damage and ice melt it causes. At a 3°C rise, the intensity of floods and storms hugely increase. The overall change is fatal to 3.5 million species. The Amazon Basin will break down and everything in nature really starts to get very wild and chaotic. Anything above this is basically a living nightmare. The big issue would be the thawing of the permafrost which would release a simply unimaginable level of methane into the atmosphere - dwarfing all our emissions so far. At a 5°C rise, the world is unrecognisable- there’s crocodiles swimming in the north pole, the Atlantic is at 45°C. Even Hollywood would struggle to put the destruction of human civilisation into a movie with temperatures like this.


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bjective failure

An objective is something that you plan to achieve. Almost 30 years ago every nation of the world agreed upon the United Nations Climate Objective, “to stabilize greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system�. Already then governments had realised the destructive impact and consequences of human activities on our planet. Since 1992 governments planned to reduce the amount of fossil fuels burnt, in order to decrease the amount of greenhouse gases released into the atmosphere. However, governments have totally failed. GHG concentrations in the atmosphere are not stabilized but have continued their relentless rise, emissions are set to continue to rise until after 2030 and the climate system is already destabilized. Previous and current generations have objectively failed to take action. Let’s not be silent about this failure, because if we cover up failure, nothing will be done. We need to be honest, look at where we are now, and move on, fast.


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rize (eyes on the )

Parents often don’t understand why we have to go on strike. They often tell us that we have to start with small individual actions at home, recycling, eating less meat, etc. They often don’t listen when we try to explain the science because it sounds so dramatic compared to shallow or non-existent news coverage. But just like with some technical stuff with phones or computers, sometimes our understanding is better than theirs. Sometimes the children have to educate their parents. Now is one of those moments, and it really really matters to us. So parents, if you don’t understand why we are doing this, please do some extra homework, or listen carefully to us. The science is so clear. This is so urgent.


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Q

uality, not quantity

Consumption is the number one driving factor of climate change. We simply consume too much. We should remodel our society to focus on quality: make less products that last us as long as possible, instead of needing or wanting to buy a newer version or more of the same product every other month. Make products that we can share. The same goes for companies, factories and the rest of the suppliers: the focus should be on quality, on products not meant to be constantly replaced. Fast Fashion, phones, and most of consumer culture is just about quantity and it is destroying our future. Reducing our consumption through focusing on quality instead of quantity is one of the most important ways to decrease our carbon emissions and to reach a sustainable world. We love quality in every part of our life. We need quality to tackle climate change too.


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esponsibility

Responsibility has a double meaning: (1) the state of being to blame for something, and (2) the moral obligation to behave correctly. We all share the same earth, the same atmosphere. All of us are going to feel the effects of climate change. All of us, whether individuals or entire countries, without exception, contribute to the emitting of greenhouse gasses. However, not all of us are equally responsible for climate change. High developed countries are much more to blame for emissions and resource destruction per individual. While lesser developed countries have negligible emissions and resource consumption per person. We want countries to recognise their responsibility in fairness, we demand climate justice. Each individual should do what they can - however, we in highly developed countries, the best educated, healthiest, wealthiest people on the planet, with most responsibility, should and can do the most. Each country should tackle their own emissions in fairness, to get them to a level that avoids “dangerous interference with the climate system� (UNFCCC, Objective, 1992). That means that high emitting highly developed countries must cut their emissions much faster than others. And that low developed countries can still grow their emissions without exceeding their carbon budget. That is climate justice. See national emission cuts required.


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chool strike

To strike is to refuse to go to school as a form of organized protest, to force governments to cut emissions fast enough to prevent dangerous climate change and secure our future. As the climate crisis has really become more obvious in the past year, today’s young people are starting to become more and more worried about their future. We as students can see that current politicians and world leaders are “shitting on our future” (thank you for being so direct Greta!) by their inability to take concrete action to limit greenhouse gas emissions. Individual actions and small steps are not enough anymore; global emissions continue to increase every year. We are being left with no other choice but to follow Greta’s example that has inspired teenagers all over the world who are now joining forces and organising strikes in their own countries. The objective is not to be difficult, but to take the decision to be disobedient and show intolerance towards the current situation. What is the point of education if there is no future to live in? These strikes seek to disturb the normal system and make people realise the urgency of the climate crisis, in the hope that they will one day no longer be necessary. We don’t want to do it on a weekend or after school because then governments would be able to ignore it as a ‘concern’. They would be able to applaud us and then not do anything. We are sacrificing our precious education because governments have not acted decisively before and so we are demanding they do it now.


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ransparency and truth

“Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms.” Article 22, Human Rights Declaration As human beings, we deserve education. We deserve information. We deserve transparency, both from governments and supranational institutions. Transparency is at the heart of today’s debates; how can we make a choice, vote, think, plan our lives, if we don’t have all the information? The very institutions which are meant to keep us updated on the dire situation we are in, have chosen to obfuscate. Instead of transparency with loud and clear messages, institutions like the UN have chosen to hide reports in the encroaching climate collapse in the dark corners of their websites academic literature. We demand climate transparency; we demand correct, clear, accessible information to be given. We demand to know what is and what can be done for the issue. It is a staple of democracy, crucial to its vitality. We demand the truth, whatever it may be - to be taken out of the dark, to know where the climate is going, how fast, and why.


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nity

Individual action is, should anyone listen to the news, the key to avoiding climate collapse. Shower less, eat less meat, recycle, fly less. Individual action, however, is never going to reach the finish line. To avoid climate collapse, unity and strength in numbers is what’s required. We are only strong when we march together, when we strike together, when we express our demands together. This message applies to our school strikes, as well as to entire countries. Unity is vital for all efforts to counter climate change.


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ery High Developed

Very High Developed nations are ranked at the top of the United Nations Human Development Index (or HDI). The HDI combines 3 measures of human development for every nation: (1) longevity and health, (2) education and (3) income. In other words the Very High Developed are the healthiest, wealthiest and best educated people on the planet. They set the standard for development that all less developed countries aspire to too. However, the VHD are also the highest emitters and natural resource users. The VHD CO2 emissions are 50 times (yes 50 times!!) higher per person than those of a person in low developed countries and extractions more than 10 times higher. It would be an absolute immediate catastrophe if everyone lived as we do in the VHD countries. Therefore it follows that the Very High Developed nations must reduce their extractions and emissions immediately and drastically.

There is only 1 planet and 1 atmosphere. Everyone, everywhere is affected by the resource destruction and emissions of all. Equal human rights means equal resources and equal emissions per person. Dividing the remaining emission limit / carbon budget equally among all 7.7 billion people gives the emission cuts required for every nation. You can find these here: collapsestoppedorg-report189Nations.docx The Very High Developed have the highest emissions and thus must make the most urgent, drastic cuts. They not only have the responsibility, they also have the knowledge and money to do it. And they set the development example that most other nations will follow. Therefore VHD must cut their emissions 11 % per year, starting now, or reduce even faster next year. 11 % is equal to the reduction of a monumental 291 million tonnes CO2 in 2019. These cuts will never be achieved by voluntary actions like ‘eat less meat’, ‘ban plastic straws’, ‘fly less’, ‘switch off the lights’, etc. They require LAWS, and that is what we are striking for: VHD: Cut emissions 11% in 2019, by LAW, starting now.


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orry

Worry is what drove us here. Worry for our future, for our lives, for our planet. We deserve to not live in constant worry about what our lives will be like, we deserve to not feel trapped by what our system has done to this planet. Without an overpowering worry for all we hold dear, we would not go on strike; we are not here to skip school or work, to have fun or meet friends. We are here to take action towards a way of thinking, of consuming, of burning up resources that cannot be replaced. We are here because action is the only way to stop worrying. Because we care about our lives. We worry - and with gritted teeth, but also with a love of life, we are acting on it.


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tinction

Extinction is the state or process of being or becoming extinct, wiped out. We’re in the middle of the 6th mass extinction event, and we are responsible for it. Through booming population and resource extraction we have wiped out 60% of all wildlife since 1970. This shows how much power humans have to affect ecosystems. Humans will suffer in direct proportion to our greenhouse gas emissions, endangering millions of human lives. Human extinction seems remote, but massive scale human misery is on the cards. This is not science fiction, this is not a bad dream, this is mainstream science. It’s because we have been deaf to climate warnings for so long, that the conclusions of science have grown more and more alarming.


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outh

Youth are young people considered as a group. No matter our young age, we have the right to express ourselves and be taken seriously. As a group, young people are stepping up for their rights and won’t stop fighting for them. This generation has the right to know what is going on and is demanding immediate change in climate policies. We will develop our skills and our knowledge, but now we simply have to demand changes. Without effective laws we will have no liveable future to grow into. We have dreams and ambitions - don’t ruin them.


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ero (emissions!)

To stabilize greenhouse gases in the atmosphere (see Objective), emission must be zero. That is the ultimate goal of our mission = Zero Emissions. Right now we are planning on leaving it too late. So far, the best proposals have been made for the end of our century. But we can’t expect that climate system to act like a easy bit of elastic. If we don’t get the emissions under control soon, the climate system will run out of control and our efforts will become useless. We need to run towards zero emissions now, not start a little jog, hoping to speed up some time later. It is easy to think: Why not delay looking at the uncomfortable truth? Why not delay the bother of rearranging things for people who will come after me? Let’s begin by demanding an 11% emission cut now.


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