Sheffield students marched for climate justice as part of a global movement for world governments to tackle the humanitarian crisis.

Starting at the Students’ Union on Western Bank, hundreds of young people gathered together at Devonshire Green and eventually the city hall to make their feelings known about the climate emergency.

Thousands of students have left the classrooms today to symbolise the importance of taking action to help save the planet.

 

The Fulwood Post attended the strike and spoke to people about how they would approach tackling the climate emergency.

Over 100 towns and cities took part in the strikes across the UK alone. More than 150 countries were involved worldwide, including the USA, Chile and Spain.