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What will 2023 hold for climate activism?

Climate campaigning reached feverish levels in 2022. Viral videos of motorway and bridge obstructions – orange vests, arms locked – attracted solidarity from some quarters and alienated others. “We quit,” announced the UK arm of Extinction Rebellion (XR) at the end of last year. The environmental group – which primarily employs ...

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