News By/Courtesy: Prathipati Navya | 25 May 2019 20:37pm IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Berlin witnessed a protest for action against global warming on Friday with a tag “Fridays for Future”
  • At least 5,000 students boycotted classes and gathered at Berlin’s iconic Brandenburg Gate
  • It is one of the largest protest planned in around more than 120 countries

The capital city of Germany ‘Berlin’ has been crowded by numerous young climate activists in a protest for action against global warming on Friday with a tag “Fridays for Future”. The initiator of the protest was a Swedish school girl named ‘Greta Thunberg’, aged 16. She called on youth of Europe and other countries to join the movement. She has written a text co-authored with Luisa Neubauer, a German activist “It is time for all of us to resist on a massive scale”, it was published in Sueddeutsche Zeitung Newspaper. People gathered in large number also in Hamburg, Frankfurt and other German cities, spreading the protest across Europe and the World. It is one of the largest protest planned in around more than 120 countries. At least 5,000 students boycotted classes and gathered at Berlin’s iconic Brandenburg Gate. The students understood that if they don’t have a future then there is no use of attending classes.

There are many posters, banners, and protest that reflect their anger and frustration on climate depletion and no action taken by politicians. “You are running out of excuses, we are running out of time”, the message was directed to politicians, similarly: “The Climate is changing, why aren’t we”? These show their desire to take necessary actions to protect the environment.

In addition to the weekend’s elections for European Parliament, the protest took a massive reaction and they may have an impact on the election result. Many parties addressed to this issue and present it became a major concern for European Union voters.

Section Editor: Puja Jakhar | 25 May 2019 20:46pm IST


Tags : #EU #ClimateChange #EnvironmentalProtest #Berlin #FridaysForFuture

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