Global protests resumed on Friday over climate change in different countries, including Australia. During this time, people in India and Japan also took to the streets and demanded strict action on climate change. The situation is still not completely normal after the pollution caused by forest fires in the Australian city of Sydney. Six people have died and thousands have been affected in these incidents.
On Friday, hundreds of protesters gathered outside the offices of the Conservative Liberal Party and demanded tough measures to tackle climate change and pollution. During this time, the protesters targeted Prime Minister Scott Morrison and said that due to our government's inaction on climate crisis, the incidents of forest fires took a formidable form. Right there Students from around 50 schools and colleges in Delhi marched towards the Ministry of Environment. The protesting students raised slogans demanding the government to declare a climate emergency.
Demonstrating student Soumya Chaudhary (23) said, "We want the government to pay attention to this and talk to the people on this issue." In the Shinjuku district of Tokyo, the capital of Japan, people also marched on this issue and tried to create awareness. The protesting student named Mio Ishida said, "I can feel the crisis because most people in Japan are not interested in climate change.