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Calling on the government to fight climate change, 10,000 students in Belgium took to the streets to demonstrate

China News Service February 15th According to the Central News Agency, on the 14th local time, more than 10,000 students from Brussels, Belgium took to the streets to force the government to take action against climate change. They held up various slogans such as protecting the earth, even on the scene. There are also primary school students involved.

It is reported that the main appeal of this parade is to urge the Belgian government to set a far-reaching climate policy and implement the global warming limit of 1.5 degrees Celsius to achieve the goal set by the Paris climate agreement.

On the 14th, a large number of students gathered at the Brussels North Railway Station at around 10:30 in the morning. A large number of police officers dispatched to maintain order, and then headed south to the Midi Railway Station.

According to the announcement by the Brussels police later, it is estimated that 11,000 people participated in the parade.

These students chanted slogans on the scene and held high slogans such as protecting the earth, insisting on the climate, dinosaurs thought that there was still time to survive, and others held the portrait of President Trump. The quotations have been adapted to make the earth great again.

There are also students who are on the scene. There are no slogans for future classes and there are many adults who take primary school students to participate.

A Belgian middle-aged man who observed the parade on the roadside said that he was happy to see the next generation bravely speaking for their future.

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