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School strike for climate
FridaysForFuture (FFF)
Part of the climate movement
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Maximum number of school strikers per country:
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  1000
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DateSince August 2018, mostly on Fridays, sometimes on Thursdays, Saturdays or Sundays
Location
International
Caused byPolitical inaction against global warming
GoalsClimate change mitigation
MethodsStudent strike
StatusActive
Parties to the civil conflict
Youth
Politicians
Lead figures
Number
estimated 1400000 (for 15 March 2019)[1]

The School strike for climate (also known variously as Fridays for Future, Youth for Climate and Youth Strike 4 Climate) is an international movement of school students who are deciding not to attend classes and instead take part in demonstrations to demand action to prevent further global warming and climate change. Publicity and widespread organising began when the climate activist Greta Thunberg staged an action in August of 2018 outside the Swedish Riksdag (parliament), holding a sign that read "Skolstrejk för klimatet" ("School strike for the climate").[2][3]

Climate Strike 2015[edit]

In 2015, an independent group of students invited students around the world to skip school on the first day of COP 21, the UNFCCC Climate Conference. On 30 November, the first day of the conference in Paris, a "Climate Strike" was organized in over 100 countries; over 50,000 people.[4] The movement focused on three demands: 100% clean energy; keeping fossil fuels in the ground, and helping climate refugees.[5]

Greta Thunberg and other early strikers in 2018[edit]

Greta Thunberg in front of the Swedish parliament in Stockholm, August 2018
Greta Thunberg's bicycle in Stockholm on 11 September 2018: "The climate change must be treated as a crisis! The climate is the most important election issue!"

On 20 August 2018, the Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg,[6] then in the ninth grade, decided to not attend school until the 2018 Sweden general election on 9 September after heat waves and wildfires in Sweden.[2] She asserts that this move was inspired by the teen activists at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, who had organised the March for Our Lives.[7][8] Her demands were that the Swedish government reduce carbon emissions per the Paris Agreement, and she protested by sitting outside the Riksdag every day during school hours with a sign that read "Skolstrejk för klimatet" ("school strike for climate").[9] On 7 September, just before the general elections, she announced that she would continue to strike every Friday until Sweden aligns with the Paris Agreement. She coined the slogan FridaysForFuture, which gained worldwide attention. She inspired school students across the globe to take part in student strikes.[10]

Growing movement[edit]

"FridaysForFuture" protest in Berlin on 14 December 2018. Students Strike for Climate in front of the German parliament in Berlin.
Brussels, 24 January 2019
Climate strike in Berlin on 25 January 2019
Banner reading "Why learn without a future" (Berlin, 25 January 2019)
Placards "Respect existence or expect resistance" and "Change the system, not the climate!" (Berlin, 25 January 2019)
Placard at a rally at Invalidenpark, Berlin on 8 February 2019
Bolzano, 15 February 2019
Vicenza, 15 March 2019

Inspired by Thunberg, organized school strikes started in November 2018. In Australia, thousands of school students were inspired by Thunberg to strike on Fridays, ignoring Prime Minister Scott Morrison's call for "more learning in schools and less activism".[11] Galvanized by the COP 24 Climate Change Conference in Katowice, Poland, in December student strikes continued at least in 270 cities[10] in countries including Australia, Austria,[12] Belgium, Canada,[13] the Netherlands, Germany, Finland, Denmark, Japan, Switzerland,[14][15] the United Kingdom and the United States.[10][16]

In 2019, strikes were organised again in the countries listed above and were organised for the first time in other countries, among them Colombia, New Zealand, and Uganda.[17]

Large mass strikes took place on 17 and 18 January 2019, when at least 45000 students protested in Switzerland and Germany alone, against insufficient policies on global warming.[18][19][20] In several countries, including Germany and the UK, pupils demanded the change of laws to reduce the voting age to 16 so they could influence public elections in favour of the youth.[21][22]

Belgian environment minister for Flanders Joke Schauvliege resigned on 5 February 2019 after falsely claiming the state security agency had evidence that the school strikes in Belgium were a "set‑up".[23]

In England, on 13 February 2019, following the open letters supporting Extinction Rebellion in 2018, 224 academics signed an open letter giving their "full support to the students" attending the School Strike for Climate action.[24][25] Then, on Friday 15 February, more than 60 actions in towns and cities within the United Kingdom took place, with an estimated 15000 strikers taking part.[24][26][27]

Climate scientist Stefan Rahmstorf, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, addressed a Fridays for Future climate strike in Potsdam, Germany on 15 February 2019.[28]

On 21 February 2019, the European Union chief executive, Jean-Claude Juncker, stated intent to spend hundreds of billions of euros on climate change mitigation, amounting to a fourth of the EU budget. He announced this in a speech next to Greta Thunberg, and media credited the school strike movement with this announcement.[29]

On 5 March 2019, 700 German researchers signed a petition in support of the school strikes in that country.[30] This was followed by 1200 researchers in Finland signing a letter, on 11 March 2019, supporting the strikes.[31]

On 15 March 2019, school strikes, urging adults to take responsibility and stop the climate change, began taking place in over 2000 cities worldwide. An estimated 1.4 million pupils, from every continent, not including Antarctica, participated in the events.[32][33][34]

Global Climate Strike for Future of 15 March 2019[edit]

School Strike for Climate in front of the Parliament House, Helsinki, 15 March 2019
School strike in San Francisco on 15 March 2019
School strike in Cleveland on 15 March 2019
School strike for climate in Wellington on 15 March 2019
A speech being delivered from the stairs of the Jardin Darcy, in Dijon (Côte-d'Or, Burgundy, France) for the global climate strike on 15 March 2019

On 1 March 2019, 150 students from the global coordination group of the youth-led climate strike (of 15 March), including Thunberg, issued an open letter in The Guardian, saying:[35]

We, the young, are deeply concerned about our future. […] We are the voiceless future of humanity. We will no longer accept this injustice. […] We finally need to treat the climate crisis as a crisis. It is the biggest threat in human history and we will not accept the world's decision-makers' inaction that threatens our entire civilisation. […] Climate change is already happening. People did die, are dying and will die because of it, but we can and will stop this madness. […] United we will rise until we see climate justice. We demand the world's decision-makers take responsibility and solve this crisis. You have failed us in the past. If you continue failing us in the future, we, the young people, will make change happen by ourselves. The youth of this world has started to move and we will not rest again.

The day of the Global Climate Strike for the Future was to be the most widespread of strikes, with tens of thousands of children in at least 100 countries and over 35 US states walking out of school, supported by some of the world's biggest environmental groups.[36][37] Leading up to the strike, the website FridaysForFuture.org lists 1659 events planned in 106 countries.[38][39][timeframe?]

In Scotland, city councils of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Highland and Fife gave permission for children to attend the strikes.[40] In Finland parental consent letters were sent to schools[41] and in the Finnish city of Turku the school board proclaimed that children had a constitutional right to take part in the strikes.[42]

On the morning of 15 March in a Guardian guest editorial, titled "Think we should be at school? Today’s climate strike is the biggest lesson of all", school-climate-strikers Thunberg, Anna Taylor, Luisa Neubauer [de], Kyra Gantois, Anuna De Wever [nl], Adélaïde Charlier, Holly Gillibrand and Alexandria Villasenor, reiterated their reasons for striking.[43]

An estimated number of more than a million people in ca. 130 countries demonstrated at about 2200 events worldwide.[1][33] According to organizers, events took place in about 125 countries.[33] In Germany, more than 300000 pupils demonstrated in some 230 cities with more than 25000 in Berlin alone.[44][45] In Italy more than 200000 students demonstrated, 100000 only in Milan according to the organizers. In Montreal more than 150 000 attended, Stockholm 15000 to 20000, Melbourne 30000, Brussels 30000, Munich 8000, Paris, London, Washington, Reykjavík, Oslo, Helsinki, Copenhagen, Tokyo.[33]

Support from scientists[edit]

German scientists, including Volker Quaschning, Eckart von Hirschhausen, Henning Krause [de], Martin Visbeck [de] and Gregor Hagedorn, at the 15 March 2019 climate demo at Invalidenpark [de], Berlin-Mitte, in front of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy

In early February 2019, 350 Dutch scientists signed an open letter in support of the school strikes in the Netherlands. The letter reads "On the basis of the facts supplied by climate science, the campaigners are right. That is why we, as scientists, support them."[46]

In Germany a group of more than 23000 scientists founded Scientists for Future (S4F) in support of the factual correctness of the claims formulated by the movement.[47][48][49][50]

On 14 March 2019, the Club of Rome issued an official statement in support of Thunberg and the strikes, urging governments across the world to respond to this call for action and cut global carbon emissions.[51]

Reactions by school principals and politicians[edit]

The strikes have also been criticised as truancy. Prime Minister Theresa May of the United Kingdom criticised the strikes as wasting lesson and teaching time.[52] Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison called for "more learning and less activism" following the strikes.[53] Australia's Education Minister Dan Tehan suggested that if school students feel strongly about a cause, then they should protest in their own time in the evenings or on weekends.[54]

In New Zealand, there was mixed response from politicians, community leaders, and schools. Students were threatened to be marked as truant by some principals for attending the strike without their parents' or schools' permission.[55] Judith Collins, and several other Members of Parliament were dismissive of the impact of the strike,[56] while Climate Change Minister James Shaw expressed support noting that little attention would be paid to marchers protesting on the weekend.[57][58]

On 15 March, the UN General Secretary António Guterres embraced the strikers, admitting that "My generation has failed to respond properly to the dramatic challenge of climate change. This is deeply felt by young people. No wonder they are angry." Guterres has already invited world leaders to a UN summit in September 2019 to commit themselves more strongly to the policy framework laid out by the Paris Agreement.[59]

List of school climate strikes by country[edit]

List of student strikes for climate action
Country Cities Date Participants Comments
Sweden Stockholm 20 August 2018 1 Daily until 9 September 2018, then every Friday, started by Greta Thunberg[2]
Netherlands The Hague 4 September 2018 1–5 1–5 participants, Daily until 21 September 2018, in front of the House of Representatives[60]
Germany Berlin 14 September 2018 In front of the Bundestag each Friday since this date, originally initiated by cultural manager and activist Barbara Fischer[61]
Netherlands Zeist 21 September 2018 1 10-year-old Lilly Platt has been on strike with Thunberg[62] and criticised the Australian prime minister.[63]
Canada Sudbury, Ontario 2 November 2018 1 6th grader Sophia Mathur begins weekly strikes[64]
Australia Multiple cities 28 November 2018 1700 Participants includued 200 outside parliament in Canberra. Australian Senate had approved motion to support the student action on 27 November 2018.[65][66]
Australia 30 locations 30 November 2018 15000 Named 'Strike for Climate Action'[11][66][67][6]
Canada Vancouver 7 December 2018 50 [13]
England (United Kingdom) London 7 December 2018 12 [68]
Germany Berlin, Göttingen, Hamburg, Kiel, Köln, Karlsruhe 14 December 2018 Several dozens of participants in Hamburg, 150 pupils in Berlin, unknown number in other cities. Named Fridays for Future: Klimastreik'[69][61]
Switzerland Zurich 14 December 2018 500 [70]
USA New York 14 December 2018 1 US student Alexandria Villasenor begins weekly Friday picketing at the United Nations[71][72]
Switzerland Basel, Bern, St. Gallen, Zürich 21 December 2018 4000 Named Klimastreik in German and grève du climat in French[14][15][70]
England (United Kingdom) Corsham 21 December 2018 4 Ellida Dilley was directly inspired by Thunberg[73]
USA Denver, Colorado and New York City 4 January 2019 3 Haven Coleman begins Friday protests in Denver; Zayne Cowie continues at NY city hall; Villasenor continues at UN HQ.[74][75]
Belgium Brussels 10 January 2019 3000 The Belgium movement 'Youth for Climate' organises strikes on Thursdays[76]
Finland Helsinki 11 January 2019 Hundreds "Hundreds" of participants. Named Ilmastolakko / Klimatstrejk[77]
Canada Waterloo 11 January 2019 30 First "Fridays for Future" strike for Waterloo[78]
Scotland (United Kingdom) Fort William 11 January 2019 1 13-year-old Holly Gillibrand is also an Extinction Rebellion activist[79][80][81]
Ireland Cork 11 January 2019 1 Started with one student, Saoi O'Connor, and has steadily been gaining support since her first strike, alone, in early January.[82]
Belgium Brussels and Antwerp 17 January 2019 12750 [83][84][85][86]
Switzerland 15 locations 18 January 2019 22000 [18][19][87][88] Nobel laureate Jacques Dubochet joined the demonstration in Lausanne[19]
Germany 50 locations 18 January 2019 25000 Fridays for Future Germany[20]
Belgium Brussels 24 January 2019 35000 [89][90][91][92] Activists gathered around the European Parliament[92]
Switzerland Davos 25 January 2019 30 With Greta Thunberg, who was invited to the World Economic Forum[93][94]
Germany Berlin 25 January 2019 10000 Fridays for Future Germany[95][96]
Belgium Brussels 27 January 2019 70000 related more general demonstration for climate[97]
Belgium Liège, Brussels, Leuven, Charleroi, Chimay, Tournai 31 January 2019 33000 The city of Liège supports it and accepts absence of students on this day[98]
Germany 25 locations 1 February 2019 12000 [99] Fridays for Future Germany
Switzerland 13 locations 2 February 2019 65000 [100][101][102] Demonstration on Saturday, organised by the 'Climate Strike' movement
Netherlands The Hague, Groningen 7 February 2019 10000-30000 [103][104]
Belgium Leuven, Brussels, Arlon, Antwerp, Kortrijk, Hasselt, Herve, Mons, Liège 7 February 2019 20000 [105]
Germany 50 locations 8 February 2019 21000 1000 pupils in Flensburg (organized by 18-year old Jakob Blasel),[106] 1000 pupils in Regensburg, 1500 in Passau, 200 in Landau, 1300 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen,[107] 130 in Halle,[108] etc.[109][110]
Austria Salzburg 8 February 2019 100 [111]
France Nantes 8 February 2019 150 First School Strike for Climate in France[112][113]
Ireland Dublin 13 February 2019 400 Organised by sixth-class students from Donabate Portrane Educate Together[114]
Netherlands Multiple cities 14 February 2019 100–500 100–500 participants, Both high-school students and undergraduate students participating. Weekly in Amsterdam, Nijmegen and Groningen[115][116]
Belgium Brussels 14 February 2019 11000 [117]
Canada Montreal 15 February 2019 Hundreds [118]
France Paris 15 February 2019 1000 [119]First School Strike for Climate in Paris[120]
Germany Over 35 locations 15 February 2019 26000 [121]
Italy Bolzano 15 February 2019 4000 [122]
UK 60 locations 15 February 2019 15000 [27] Coordinated by Youth Strike 4 Climate[123]
USA Denver, Colorado; Tisbury Massachusets; New York 15 February 2019 9 In NY, Villasenor joined by other students for first time; In CO Coleman continues solo strikes.[74][36] In Tisbury MA, brothers Runar Finn (11) and Odin Robinson (9).[124]
Belgium Brussels, Ghent, Genk, Turnhout 21 February 2019 15500 Thunberg joined the Brussels strike after addressing the EU.[125][126]
Ireland Dublin, Cork, and Maynooth 22 February 2019 100 weekly strikes continuing, with action at Dáil Éireann attended by about 100[127]
Belgium Antwerp, Huy, Brussels, Mechelen, Dinant, Liège 28 February 2019 12500 Thunberg joined the Antwerp strike.[128]
Norway Multiple locations 1 March 2019 Thousands "Thousands" in first widespread school strike in Norway[129]
Canada Sudbury, Ontario 1 March 2019 12 Strikers win letter of support from 80 staff and faculty at Laurentian University[64]
Iceland Reykjavík 1 March 2019 200 The second strike in Iceland since 22 February.[130]
Belgium Louvain-La-Neuve, Antwerpen, Mechelen 7 March 2019 3900 3900 to 4200 strikers in Louvain-la-Neuve and 250 demonstrators in Antwerpen.[131][132]
Iceland Reykjavík 8 March 2019 400 The third strike in Iceland since 22 February. It took place at Austurvöllur[133][134]
Netherlands Amsterdam 14 March 2019 6000 [135][136]
New Zealand Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, and others[137][138] 15 March 2019 Thousands including 2,000 at New Zealand Parliament[139] Strikers win the support of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, Minister for Climate Change James Shaw, Greens Co-Leader Marama Davidson, and the mayor of Auckland, Phil Goff.[138][139][140] The rally in Christchurch at Cathedral Square ended early due to nearby Christchurch mosque shootings[141][142]
Australia Nationwide 15 March 2019 150000 Estimated 20000 students in Sydney,[143] 10000 students in Brisbane[144]
Japan Tokyo 15 March 2019 100 [145]
South Korea Seoul 15 March 2019 100+ [54][146]
China Hong Kong 15 March 2019 About 1000 Students marched to the Central Government Offices[147]
Thailand Bangkok 15 March 2019 30-60[54][148] Led by 11-year-old Lily[149]
India Hyderabad, Delhi, Gurgaon 15 March 2019 1200+ 300-700 strike in Hyderabad at the Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park, 500 in Delhi and 400 in Gurgaon[150][151][152]
Ukraine Nationwide 15 March 2019 100[153] [154][155][156]
Cyprus Nicosia 15 March 2019 Hundreds [157]
Greece Mainly in Athens and Thessaloniki 15 March 2019 At least 500 [158]
Finland Helsinki 15 March 2019 3000 [159]
Sweden Stockholm 15 March 2019 7000 [160][161]
Iceland Reykjavík 15 March 2019 1000[162] The fourth strike in Iceland since 22 February.
Latvia Riga 15 March 2019 Hundreds [163][164][165]
Poland Warsaw and nationwide 15 March 2019 Hundreds 200 participants in Katowice according to the Police[166] and hundreds in Warsaw[167]
Czech Republic Praha, Brno, Liberec 15 March 2019 1000+[168] first Czech climate strike[169]
Slovakia Bratislava 15 March 2019 1000 [170]
Croatia Zagreb & Split 15 March 2019 2000 1000 in Zagreb and 1000 in Split[171]
Slovenia Ljubljana & 6 other locations 15 March 2019 11000 9000 in Ljubljana[172][173]
Germany Nationwide, 230 locations[44] 15 March 2019 300000 Estimated 25000 students in Berlin, 300000 nationwide[174][44][45]
Denmark Copenhagen 15 March 2019 Thousands [175]
Belgium Nationwide 15 March 2019 50000 Estimated 30000 students in Brussels[176]
Luxembourg Nationwide 15 March 2019 15000 Estimated 15000 students in Luxembourg[177]
France Nationwide, 221 locations 15 March 2019 195000 Estimated between 29000 and 40000 students in Paris (Police's estimation: 29000 vs. organizers' estimation: 40000.)[178][179]
Austria Nationwide 15 March 2019 30000 Estimated 10500 students in Vienna[180]
Switzerland Nationwide, 20 locations 15 March 2019 65000 Estimated 65000 participants in Switzerland (Organizer's estimation)[181]
Italy Nationwide, 235 locations 15 March 2019 200000+ Estimated 100000 students in Milan,[182] 50000 in Naples,[182] 30000 in Rome,[182] 20000 in Turin,[182] 10000 in Florence and Genoa,[182] 3000 in Bergamo and Bologna,[182] hundreds in other cities[182]
United Kingdom London, Bristol, Brighton and others 15 March 2019 10000+ Estimated 10000 in London, thousands more in other cities[183]
Ireland Nationwide, 37 locations 15 March 2019 16000 Estimated 11000 in Dublin and 5000 in Cork.[184][185][186]
Portugal Lisbon 15 March 2019 Thousands [187]
Spain Madrid and nationwide 15 March 2019 Thousands [188]
South-Africa Cape Town 15 March 2019 2000 [189]
USA Washington, D.C., Portland, Oregon, Albany, New York, Cleveland, Ohio, and numerous other locations 15 March 2019 Thousands Thousands of students marched through the streets in Portland[190]
Canada Montreal, Quebec City, Vancouver, Toronto, Kelowna, and other cities 15 March 2019 150000+ Thousands of students struck from school to protest their government's inaction against climate change. Estimated 150000 students in Montreal only[191]
Mexico Mexico City 15 March 2019 800 [192]
Uruguay Montevideo 15 March 2019 Hundreds at Palacio Legislativo[193]
Argentina Buenos Aires 15 March 2019 Hundreds [194]
Colombia Bogota 15 March 2019 2500 [189]
Chile Santiago 15 March 2019 2000+ [195]
France Paris 16 March 2019 350000[196] "Saturdays for Future" / "Marche du siècle"[196][197]

See also[edit]

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