School strike “FridaysForFuture” wants to prevent further global warming




April 16, 2019


8:21 am

A climate change movement has risen

A young Swedish girl, born in 2003, attracted worldwide attention, when she protested with the message “School strike for climate” in front of the Swedish parliament. Since then, her name – Greta Thunberg – runs in the media coverage up and down. Thanks to her activity, a movement has risen and many students, adults and like-minded people spread all over the world are following her protests for a clean sustainable future. She stopped visiting her local school on Fridays and protested instead in front of the parliament. Greta criticizes, that politicians for not taking global warming seriously and demands, that CO2 emissions be reduced instantly and aggressively.

We, as a worldwide clean energy provider, are best informed about the climate problems of our planet and support her idea of protesting for an immediate CO2 emission reduction. Our daily goals perfectly match the ideas of Greta Thunberg:

 Reducing the usage of fuels and CO2 emissions.

Providing clean and sustainable energy to all people worldwide.

Raising awareness of renewable energy sources and the related advantages.

meeco follows up the same targets as Greta Thunberg

Inspired by Greta Thunberg, pupils and students began to protesting on Fridays. After the first solidary strikes in Australia, the Climate Change Conference in Poland, COP24 and a speech by Greta Thunberg intensified the school strikes for climate. The protests rapidly expanded to countries like Germany, Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States and many others. All over the world the movement is gaining in popularity and many thousands of students are participating in the strikes in various cities and countries.

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In accordance with our claim “Sustainability is our commitment”, we are providing clean energy across five continents, especially in remote areas of the world like Guyana, Fiji and Mauritius and in countries with high solar radiation such as Zimbabwe, India or Pakistan. In this scope, we have managed 1,150 projects, installed 450 MW and could thus contributing to the daily savings of 1,100 tons of CO2 emissions. By developing extraordinary solutions for special needs, such as our sun2water solution, which enables clean water access to everyone, or our solar powered water pump sun2flow, we offer sustainable and ecological solutions for our customers.


#FridaysForFuture shakes up the society

The #FridaysForFuture movement inspired people all over the world. The 15th of March marked a very special day: about 1.4 million people participated in the FridaysForFuture strikes at more than 2,000 places in the world, a milestone for Greta Thunberg and her followers. At the beginning of April 2019, the juvenile climate strikers announced to continue their activities until politicians and economical leaders react seriously to their protests and develop precise plans to stop climate change.


Pupils, students and scientist participate at the FridaysForFuture protests worldwide.

As with all climate activists, we are eager to promote the positive effects of renewable energies. However, being perfectly aware of the challenges arising from convincing mighty entrepreneurs and companies to shift to clean energy, we have developed renewable power solutions which not only provide a sustainable contribution to protect the environment, but also offer prospective customers significant saving potentials. If you would like to shave-off your energy expenditures, please contact our experienced Sales Manager Sebastian Bovensiepen or you can find more information on our website (


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