On Friday September 20th 2019, millions of people around the world took to the streets to share a unified voice.
‘What do we want? Climate action. When do we want it? Now!’
Will we continue ignoring the effects of human driven climate change and do nothing to reverse what unimpeded growth has done to the planet?
Or will we listen to the children telling us they want a future that doesn’t involve mass extinction?
One thing is certain – future generations will judge us based on how we act over the next few years.
In Adelaide, Australia more than 8,000 students alone marched from Victoria Square to Parliament House in protest.
The following pictures were taken on a Minolta x-500 with Kodak Portra 400 35mm film at the Adelaide Climate Strike.
As climate protests around the world continue to grow in number and don’t show signs of slowing any time soon, here is something worth remembering…
There is no Planet B.
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