The massive participation in the Climate Strike in the developed is an indication of climate change becoming a mass issue, even as concerns over the movement and demands linger
Tejal Kanitkar, Associate Professor at the National Institute of Advanced Studies in Bengaluru in India and a researcher on climate change, speaks about the global climate strike that took place on September 20.
The rally is part of global mobilization to advocate for the environment and fight the use of pesticides
Youth from across the world have demanded that authorities take concrete steps to tackle climate change
As part of the protest, civil disobedience actions were organized in Germany and the United Kingdom.
This protest is a part of the series of demonstrations that have been taking place in Belgium and across Europe demanding action on climate change.
The strike took place in around 1,769 places in 112 countries around the world. Some of the demands were the imposition of climate emergency , including youth voices in policy-making and lowering the voting age to 16.