Muriel Geiger of Norway holds a sign at the Global Climate Strike on Friday in Longley Square in Norway. “I think we need urgency now and people need to be aware of how critical the timing is for climate change,” she said. Dee Menear/Advertiser Democrat Kohnor Berube, 11, of Norway joined more than 100 people at the Global Climate Strike in Norway on Friday afternoon. “This is important because I don’t want the Earth to go extinct,” he said. Dee Menear/Advertiser Democrat Organizer Karle Woods of the Center for an Ecology-Based Economy in Norway speaks to a crowd of more than 100 people Friday at the Global Climate Strike in Norway’s Longley Square. “The climate strike and our actions do not end now. We need to keep moving toward a positive climate future,” she said Dee Menear/Advertiser Democrat « Previous Whitney Pond water level not attributed to Oxford dam operations filed under: Norway Maine
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