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The beginning of what should be 'largest series of climate protests ever'

2019-09-20T14:29:29.079Z

Worldwide, hundreds of thousands of students and sympathizers are on the move for the start of the largest series of climate protests ever planned. In the run-up to the United Nations climate summit, nearly 5,000 events are planned in nearly 150 cities around the world until 27 September.


Worldwide, hundreds of thousands of students and sympathizers are on the move for the start of the largest series of climate protests ever planned. In the run-up to the United Nations climate summit, nearly 5,000 events are planned in nearly 150 cities around the world until 27 September.

Climate activist Ralyn 'Lilly' Satidtanasarn (12) leads a 'die-in' at the building of the Thai Ministry of Environment , where protesters pretend to be dead. (Photo: Getty Images)

The protest week lasts until 27 September. A major strike in the Netherlands is also planned on that day. (Photo: Reuters)

High school students demonstrate in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka. (Photo: Getty Images)

Protesters in the Australian city of Sydney, where more than 80,000 demonstrators are on the move. More than 100,000 climate activists argue in Melbourne. (Photo: Getty Images)

Demonstrators in Brisbane, where 30,000 demonstrators took to the streets. (Photo: Getty Images)

A girl argues in Sydney. The school strikes originally started a little less than a year ago in Sweden, inspired by climate activist and student Greta Thunberg. (Photo: Getty Images)

Thunberg is now in New York, where the now world-famous activist has sailed with a sailing ship to make people aware of the climate crisis. (Photo: Getty Images)

A climate activist in the Indonesian town of Palangkaraya receives oxygen from a fellow demonstrator. There is a lot of smog in the city due to nearby forest fires. (Photo: Reuters)

Protesters in Indonesia. (Photo: Getty Images)

In Tokyo, the discussion about nuclear energy also plays a role in climate protests. (Photo: Getty Images)

In Berlin, three activists symbolize the climate crisis with a sling around their necks while standing on melting blocks of ice. (Photo: Reuters)

Activists in the South African city of Cape Town. (Photo: Reuters)

Protesters in the Polish city of Lublin. (Photo: Reuters)

Source: nunl

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