A huge banner is seen being held by demonstrators on the street during the Global climate strike for future rally. This Friday, tens of thousands of kids in more of 60 countries went on strike to demand climate change action. The school strike movement was inspired by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg, who has been striking from school every Friday since last August to stand outside the Swedish parliament building and demand that her home country adheres to the Paris agreement on climate change. In Brussels, not just students, but teachers, scientists, and several syndicates took the streets of

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A huge banner is seen being held by demonstrators on the street during the Global climate strike for future rally. This Friday, tens of thousands of kids in more of 60 countries went on strike to demand climate change action. The school strike movement was inspired by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg, who has been striking from school every Friday since last August to stand outside the Swedish parliament building and demand that her home country adheres to the Paris agreement on climate change. In Brussels, not just students, but teachers, scientists, and several syndicates took the streets of
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A huge banner is seen being held by demonstrators on the street during the Global climate strike for future rally. This Friday, tens of thousands of kids in more of 60 countries went on strike to demand climate change action. The school strike movement was inspired by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg, who has been striking from school every Friday since last August to stand outside the Swedish parliament building and demand that her home country adheres to the Paris agreement on climate change. In Brussels, not just students, but teachers, scientists, and several syndicates took the streets of the Belgian capital to protest for better climate policy. during the protest.