Students around the world are walking out of lessons to demand politicians take urgent action on climate changeAre you taking part? Share your photos, videos and experiences 12.32pm BST Germany is expected to see more strike events today than any other country, with 218 listed on the Fridays For Future site. Young protesters have already been out on the streets this morning in large and small cities.Recent polls have shown climate change passing immigration as the most important issue for Germans ahead of the European elections currently taking place.#FridaysForFuture Hamburg. Es wird voll pic.twitter.com/R8bZYBiEVlDer Rathausplatz in #Kiel ist wieder voll. #FridaysForFuture pic.twitter.com/S4TvT3pjRCJetzt geht’s los: #FridaysForFuture in #Freiburg! pic.twitter.com/rvuOMO9SPc 11.56am BST There is activity all over the UK, from Leeds to London and Bristol.Huge turnout in #Leeds for #[email protected]_News @BBCNews @BBCLookNorth pic.twitter.com/[email protected] @BristolLive #SchoolStrike4Climate @sloumarsh @itsalanevans Youth strikers say ’No airport expansion in Bristol’! Our Mayor Marvin needs to stop these extra 23,000 extra flights a year. Makes a mockery of declaring a Climate Emergency… pic.twitter.com/WaSBxP8Nsf#SchoolStrike4Climate #FridaysForFuture Oxford pic.twitter.com/5O9V9UoR6QParliament Square – our children are speaking “Climate change has got to go” ⛔️ #Fridaysforfuture #Youthstrike4climate #SchoolStrike4Climate pic.twitter.com/TPSyQXE7ZZ Continue reading…
Source link : https://www.theguardian.com/environment/live/2019/may/24/school-climate-strikes-expected-to-be-largest-yet-live-coverage-greta-thunberg
Author : Sarah Marsh (now) and Alan Evans (earlier)
Publish date : 2019-05-24 11:32:08
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