Inspired by 16 year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg, students take part in ‘climate strikes’ around the world, skipping school classes to protest on behalf of the environment and to demand concrete actions from politicians.
Several thousand young people protest on Marseille’s Old Port in response to a call by Swedish teenager, and Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Greta Thunberg to save the planet. IMAGES
Students gather in their thousands at the Invalides and Champ de Mars in Paris answering, like the youth in dozens of countries around the world, a call by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg to save the planet by calling for politicians to do more against climate change. IMAGES. (COMPLETES VID1318616 and VID1318538)
High school and university students are gathering near the Pantheon in Paris, like other students in one hundred countries throughout the world, responding to the call of Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg to save the planet. IMAGES
Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg arrives for a march in Stockholm as a global day of student protests that aims to spark world leaders into action on climate change is underway. IMAGES
Hundreds of youths turned out in Paris for a third day of protesting climate change, at the behest of Swedish teenaged campaigner Greta Thunberg. IMAGES
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg who has sparked school strikes worldwide against global warming joins thousands of students in Hamburg, urging them to stay angry and fight for change.
Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swedish climate activist who has inspired children worldwide to boycott classes, urges the European Union to double its ambition to cut greenhouse gases in order to save the planet.
Students in London protest in Parliament Square in defiance of government inaction to tackle climate change. The growing global movement started by Swedish schoolgirl Greta Thunberg has seen protests in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands in recent weeks.