Children and adults protest demanding better policies against climate change from government
Hundreds of students and adults participated in a protest march organised for climate change on September 27, 2019 in New Delhi. This follows the Global Climate Strike called on September 20, by 16-year-old Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg, and was observed across 150 countries. Photo: Vikas Choudhary
The protest march on September 27 was attended by 150-200 school and college students, as well as people from various social organisations. They demanded better policies against climate change. Photo: Vikas Choudhary
The protestors first marched along Rajpath during morning and marched from Jantar Mantar to the Central Park in the afternoon. They were joined by people from 20 cities across India, including Bengaluru, Mumbai, Nagpur, Jaipur, Kolkata, Thrissur. Photo: Vikas Choudhary
Besides urging world leaders to take action to mitigate the risks posed by global warming, they also demanded multi-national companies to switch to eco-friendly methods of production. Photo: Vikas Choudhary
The children also performed street plays and dance to relay their message. They also held placards like Save Earth, ban plastics; while also raising slogans such as
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