Teenagers Are Organising A Global Climate Strike

by: Lucy Jones | 5 months ago | News

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Young people all around the world are skipping school to demand that their governments do something about climate change. Students in Australia, the UK, the Netherlands and Belgium have already staged massive protests this year, and that's just the beginning. On March 15, students from all around the world will participate in a global climate change strike. If it goes ahead, this event will be the largest coordinated protest against climate change inaction that the world has ever seen.

“I have faith it will continue to grow throughout the year,” 17-yeard-old Anna Taylor told The Guardian. “Hopefully the government will eventually listen to us because we have the greatest stake in our future and we’re doing this because we feel let down by them and we want to make a difference before it’s too late.”

To celebrate this news, and the fact that young people are so good at life, we've rounded up some of the best posters from this year's student climate protests. If these don't inspire you to get out in the street and march with the kids, then we don't know what will.

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