The day began in the Asia-Pacific region.
More than 100,000 people protested in Melbourne, which, according to organizers, was the largest climate change campaign in the history of Australia. The rally closed for hours important public transport corridors. In Sydney, thousands gathered in the domain, a public park east of the Central Business District. Grandparents accompanied their children with self-made signs, teenagers in school uniforms and parents distributed raisins in boxes to their young children.
"Adults are like" respect your elders. "And we are like" respect our future, "said Jemima Grimmer, 1
Thousands of demonstrators gathered in Warsaw, capital of coal-burning Poland, and about 100,000 demonstrators gathered in front of the Brandenburg Gate Berlin. "Make the World Greta Again," was a poster.
There were protests across the UK from Brighton to Edinburgh, and turnout in London was large and the organizers also valued more than 100,000 participants.
Theo Parkinson Pride, 12, came with his mother, Catherine, 45, past the Palace of Westminster and told them that she had sent an e-mail to her son's school to let them know that he would not be teaching on Friday de "I said to my mother, I think that's more important today than school, because there may not be a school I can go to soon," Theo said.