Published On: Fri, Jan 25th, 2019

European Children’s Movement for Climate Action: Children to teach adults the importance of climate action

Europe News, Europe Vartha

It seems that the European children are going to make their society understand how much they are concerned about the issue of climate change.

Tens of thousands of European children are planning to conduct marches across the Europe to exert pressure on their governments and corporate leaders to make them stick to the ambitious climate agreement reached in Paris few years ago.

It is a movement launched by a sixteen year old Swedish girl Greta Thunberg that inspires the European children to take up the path of protest.

As many as 35,000 children are expected to participate in various marches organised across the content of Europe in connection with the children’s movement for climate action.

The Swedish teenage activist, as part of her protest, is at present in Davos, where the majority of the world leaders are in this week in connection with the World Economic Forum meeting.

The Paris climate agreement is the most powerful agreement ever reached in the world to address the matter of climate action. It requires the signatories to support several global polices launched as part of the agreement to contain climate change.

Its present status is not satisfactory. Only few years have passed after the deal, the agreement has already lost some of its key members.

It is hoped that the initiative taken by children will encourage adults to rethink how much sincerity they have shown to the important agreement meant to save the earth from a possible extinction.

 

Vignesh. S. G

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European Children’s Movement for Climate Action: Children to teach adults the importance of climate action