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In this file photo taken on December 09, 2019 smoke and flames from a back burn, conducted to secure residential areas from encroaching bushfires, are seen at the Spencer area in Central Coast, some 90-110 kilometres north of Sydney. AFP
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A group of activists protest in advance of Earth Day in front of the Climate Clock amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., April 19, 2021. REUTERS
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Young Nigeria climate change activists are seen during a "Trashion Show" wearing some plastics recovered from waste, used to make garments during their annual show in Lagos, Nigeria April 10, 2021. REUTERS
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This file photo taken on March 09, 2021 shows a view of the Suesca lagoon which has dried up due to a strong drought produced by climate change since 2012, according to environmental authorities, in Cucunaba municipality, Cundinamarca deparment, Colombia. AFP
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Young climate activists hold a banner as they attend a rally calling on policy makers to raise the target of greenhouse gas reduction outside the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, to mark the World Earth Day in Tokyo, Japan April 22, 2021. REUTERS
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Local resident Azra Ramic throws household waste into a compost bin in Gornja Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina April 21, 2021. REUTERS
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In this file photo taken on December 17, 2020 waves crash near houses by the shore as high tide and the wind caused a huge storm surge during a winter storm in Scituate, Massachusetts. AFP
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Workers clean up a pond during Earth Day in Jakarta on April 22, 2021. AFP
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