Students are now outraged as they are seeing the worst conditions in our world regarding climate change. We all know that climate is changing and ask yourself what we are doing to stop it or lessen it even? Nothing! We are not even accepting that the things are going worse because of us, nobody is brave enough to accept their sins and they are just living the way they used to live. Inspired by Greta Thunberg who sat in front of the parliament every Friday, lit up the fire in the students to do something.
Students from all over the world are protesting against politicians and asking them to take strict actions. There were about 2,000 protestors in 125 countries which include, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe, North America, South America. Students are filled with anger and disappointment. They are rallying and their banner quotes are showing the anger. Banner says ” Stop denying earth is dying” “I speak for the trees” “Sea levels are rising and so are we” They all skipped their schools and came on roads. Green economy is expected within 11 years. They are angry as adults have not taken any action till now and they should realize this thing.
An excerpt said, “We’re young, we’re students and we’re calling for change. Our movement started in February when tens of thousands of young people took to the streets in towns and cities around Britain, in an unprecedented emergence of a youth climate justice movement.
We’ve joined a movement that’s spreading rapidly across the world, catalysed by the actions of one individual in taking a stand in August last year. Greta Thunberg may have been the spark, but we’re the wildfire and we’re fuelled by the necessity for action.
The climate is in crisis. We will be facing ecological catastrophe and climate breakdown in the very near future if those in power don’t act urgently and radically to change our trajectory. Scientists have been giving increasingly dire warnings about the state of our planet for years, with the urgency and severity of their message escalating in recent times. It’s abundantly clear: change is needed, and it’s needed now! “