20 Cities In India Where The Global Climate Strike Is Taking Place TOMORROW

What Have You Heard About The Global Climate Strike? Here Are All The Details

This September 2019, marked as the Global Week for Future, the world is taking a stand for climate change. The alarming rates of rising sea level, the signs, and impacts of global warming, the overall destruction of our ecosystem is not just a petty issue but a rising global concern. A Global Climate Strike is being held worldwide where civilians, NGOs along with other organizations are protesting and marching to combat and resurrect the untamed climate concerns and make the world aware of sustainable consumption and production. It is the youth who have risen to the occasion and organized this march as their future is most at stake. The Climate Crisis won't wait for anyone! It's about time that citizens took up the issue.

Global Climate Strike
A recent World Meteorological Organization data says the five-year period from 2014 to 2019 has been the warmest on record. There has also been a significant rise in sea-levels and CO2 emissions. If we don't act upon this now, then we would not have another chance to save our planet any further! 

Who is Greta Thunberg

Greta Thunberg
Greta Thunberg
Revolutionary Beginnings
When a girl of sixteen, Greta Thunberg started skipping school to protest outside the Swedish Parliament house asking for an action to be taken on the incessant climate changes, the world finally took notice of the issue. She initiated the #FridaysforFuture Campaign, which has turned out to be the fastest-growing campaign of the world, where she urged students to skip school on Fridays and stand for a strike. 

Strong Sixteen - How The Speech of A Sixteen Year Old Made World Leaders Think
The courageous and resolute girl shook everyone to the core with her passionate and fierce speech on climate change and action at UN’s Climate Action Summit on Monday. Her speech has been paralleled with that of Lincoln on the Battle of Gettysburg which was considered as a turning point during the civil war. It took her just about 4 and a half minutes to deliver a powerful speech. 
During her speech, she invoked world leaders about the ignorance of the most deadly issue that holds their future at stake and the commercial run for economic growth that is running basic necessities of living to the ground.

Greta During The UN’s Climate Action Summit
"This is all wrong. I shouldn’t be up here. I should be back in school on the other side of the ocean yet you all come to us young people for hope. How dare you? "You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words. People are suffering, people are dying, and entire ecosystems are collapsing. We are at the beginning of mass extinction and all you can talk about is money and fairytales of eternal economic growth." were her words during the speech.

Global Reactions
Her attempt at galvanizing a new path for climate change is not just a passive movement but has derived worldly support from International leaders and prominent figures. Shoojit Sricar, a notable India Director wrote in support of Thunberg, "I wish Mahatma Gandhi or Swami Vivekananda were alive to hear your appeal.. Then a U-turn was possible for climate change. We are committing sin and we will suffer... Myself feeling helpless and shameful." 

A New Global Strike on Friday the 27th September - Here's What You Should Know

Indians Taking Part in the Global Climate Strike
In India, citizens across Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Kolkata, and other major cities, took to the streets on September 20th, and staged peaceful protests at city hubs, abiding by Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg’s evocation for mass protests to bring forth the issue to the civilians on climate change. The turnout as compared to earlier environmental protest was pretty massive. 

The Citizens of Tomorrow 
“We are unstoppable, another world is possible,” shouted one group. Another group of about 10 people chanted, “What do we want? Climate Justice! When do we want it? Now!” A faction cheered on, “There’s no Planet B!” In a direct call to deniers, Delhi youth sloganed on a collective spirit in the interest of this movement, “Climate change is not a lie, we won’t let our planet die.” 

Global Climate Strike India
The Global Climate Strike ends on the 27th of September with a missive call out to citizens worldwide. In India, strikes are going to be held all over in different regions of the country. It is a collective cause in the benefit of our globe. If you want to save the ecosystem, take part in the strikes. Take a look at the locations where the strike is going to be held in India. 

List of Places For the #FridayforFuture Strike In India

Strikes Across India

In India itself there are around 20 cities that are holding the Global Climate Strike. If you want to RSVP to your nearest Strike, you can do so at the official website for the Strike. In case your city is not listed below, you can also create your own Climate Strike Event.

 
 #CLIMATESTRIKE IN NAGPUR

When

27 Sep 2019 at
What Time
05:00 PM
Where
Futala Lake, Nagpur. Futala, Nagpur Nagpur Maharashtra
 #CLIMATESTRIKE IN HYDERABAD

When

27 Sep 2019
What Time
10:00 AM
Where
People’s Plaza, Necklace Road., Hyderabad Telangana
 #CLIMATESTRIKE IN AHMEDNAGAR

When
27 Sep 2019
What Time
08:00 AM
Where
Social Center Institute of Natural Resource Management Market yard Ahmednagar 
 #CLIMATESTRIKE IN AMALAPURAM

When
27 Sep 2019
What Time
10:00 AM
Where
Paramjyoti school. near red bridge Amalapuram
 #CLIMATESTRIKE IN ALLAHABAD

When

27 Sep 2019
What Time
05:00 PM
Where
Subhash Chauraha. Subhash Chauraha Allahabad 
 #CLIMATESTRIKE IN VASHI, NAVI MUMBAI

When

27 Sep 2019
What Time
05:30 PM
Where
Near Vashi Railway Station Navi Mumbai
 #CLIMATESTRIKE IN MUMBAI

When
27 Sep 2019
What Time
04:00 PM
Where
Joggers park to Amphitheater. Carter Road, Bandra Mumbai
 #CLIMATESTRIKE IN KANPUR

When
27 Sep 2019
What Time
11:00 AM
Where
Motijheel. Moti Jheel, Harsh Nagar Kanpur
 #CLIMATESTRIKE IN SARNATH

When
27 Sep 2019
What Time
03:00 PM
Where
Outside the Sarnath Museum. Dharmapala Road Sarnath, Varanasi Uttar Pradesh
 THIS FRIDAY FOR FUTURE #CLIMATESTRIKE IN BELGAUM

When
27 Sep 2019
What Time
05:00 PM
Where
GSS College. RPD Cross Belgaum
 #CLIMATESTRIKE IN AGRA

When
27 Sep 2019
What Time
11:00 AM
Where
SANJAY PLACE. MG Road AGRA
 #CLIMATESTRIKE IN JAIPUR

When

27 Sep 2019
What Time
04:00 PM
Where
Albert Hall. Museum Road, Ram Niwas Garden, Kailash Puri, Adarsh Nagar Jaipur
#CLIMATESTRIKE IN AJMER

When
27 Sep 2019
What Time
04:00 PM
Where
Old Chopati, Opp. Subway, Anasagar Lake, Ajmer. Anasagar Hanging Bridge Ajmer
#CLIMATESTRIKE IN GUIRIM GOA

When
27 Sep 2019
What Time
05:00 PM
Where
Opposite Guirim Petrol Station. Guirim Highway, Bardez Goa
#CLIMATESTRIKE AT MG ROAD, BANGALORE

When

27 Sep 2019
What Time
12:00 PM
Where
“Bayalu” at The Boulevard/ Rangoli, MG Road. MG Road Bangalore Karnataka
#CLIMATESTRIKE IN VELLORE

When
27 Sep 2019
What Time
12:00 PM
Where
Gandhinagar. BB Golden Showers Flat no 10/C,8th East crossroad, Gandhi Nagar Vellore
 #CLIMATESTRIKE IN DELHI

When
27 Sep 2019
Where
03:00 PM
What Time
From Jantar Mantar to Connaught Place. Tolstoy Road, Jantar Mantar Delhi
 #CLIMATESTRIKE IN KOLKATA

When
27 Sep 2019
What Time
01:00 PM
Where
College Square, Kolkata. College Street, Kolkata West Bengal
 #CLIMATESTRIKE IN MANJERI

When
27 Sep 2019
What Time
02:00 PM
Where
Green square, Manjeri Bus stand. Manjeri Malappuram India
 #CLIMATESTRIKE
IN THRISSUR


When
27 Sep 2019
What Time
11:00 AM
Where
Kerala Agricultural University. Vellanikkara Thrissur Kerala India

Head to the Strike on September 27th and take part in this global cause to evoke global leaders into taking stern action and make civilians aware of the massive climate concern. It's a need of the hour and a minimum responsibility on our behalf.

Are you heading for the strike? Let us know in the comments below!

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