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Huge turnout for second truancy for the climate: 12.500 young people walking protest march through Brussels
Students from all over Belgium today for the second week in a row, Brussels drawn to truancy for the climate. The turnout was huge. Up to 12,500 young people were on post, reports the spokeswoman of the Brussels police, Ilse Van de keere. A lot more than last week. When spijbelden of 3,000 young people for the climate.

Call: Fight your children at home for a better climate? Or do they still always have the light not out?

The spijbelende students wore re-signs and paintings along with several eloquent slogans, such as “There is no planet B”, “brossen for the woods”, “make love not CO2" and “bla bla bla, act now”.

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The organizers of ‘Youth for Climate’ have one requirement for the Belgian politicians and for securing their future: they want to have a binding climate plan, which states that the ambition is to be the global warming limited to below 1.5 degrees. the

Around 10: 30 started the young people on their protest march through Brussels. The pupils were massively present, the turnout was remarkably higher than previous week. “It's crazy how many people are there today again, come”, said organiser Anuna, The Weaver. “The fact that more and more people heard about us and are present today, it is an incredible signal. This can not be ignored.”

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