Climate Change

'I like my fries hot, not my planet': the #SchoolStrike4Climate signs you can't miss

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Students from more than 90 countries across the globe are striking for climate change. In Australia, it seems they're as equally savvy with a sign as they are passionate about their cause.

Above: Liberal MP Craig Kelly sits down to debate two of the young climate change activists.

Thousands of young Australians have gathered across the country as part of the global #SchoolStrike4ClimateChange protests. SBS News has all the details here.

Hundreds met outside Sydney's Town Hall, demanding action on climate change.

The Feed went down to check it out. What we found was a whole heap of passion... and some truly excellent signage. 

Here are some of our favourite picks so far - we'll keep updating across the day. 

 

 

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There were kids taking back a Trump-ism. 

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Some VERY strong words for the Prime Minister.

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There were calls for hot fries, not a hot planet. 

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"We have hope, so be afraid."

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Big talks of the future... and Finding Nemo. 

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One of the Australian branch of #SchoolStrike4Climate's three central goals is to stop the Adani coal mine. 

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