Students walk out of schools demanding immediate action on climate change, but have second thoughts when Principal offers to remove all air conditioners and flat screen TVs.

Students across Australia have walked out of schools and marched on various parliament houses demanding immediate action on climate change. Armed with their protester starter kits – placards and rhyming chants – school Principals have been quick to give in to their demands.

“Starting immediately, we will be removing all air conditioners from classrooms as they emit HFCs into the atmosphere which increases global warming,” said Principal Wakeup, of Reality Check High.

“Not stopping there, we will also remove all flat screen TVs, gaming consoles, and computers as their manufacturing has been estimated to have a larger impact on climate change than the world’s largest coal power stations,” the Principal said to a stunned student body.

“And best of all, the one you kids will be most thrilled to hear about, we will be banning all mobile phones as their construction is estimated to have the largest carbon footprint of all manufacturing by the year 2040,” beamed Principal Wakeup.

Excited, Wakeup cannot wait to see the students tomorrow at the new green Reality Check High. He’s 100% positive they will love all the action he has taken on climate change, as well as the opportunity he has given them to show the world they are not hypocrites.

Published by Brian Rowe

Brian lives in Queensland with his wife and [insert Councilly approved number of] cats and dogs. He has been described as handsome, charming, intelligent... and his mum also said, “He’s a very good boy.”

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