Bangor students and local schoolchildren will be taking to the streets of Bangor again on 24 May, to protest against the government’s lack of action on the Climate Crisis.
Young people in Bangor joined tens of thousands across the UK and abroad last month in the Youth Strike for Climate change. Pupils from many primary schools in Bangor and the nearby area attended with a large contingent from Ysgol Dyffryn Ogwen.
A protest organiser said: “We are already facing devastating and irreversible impacts around the world. This is our final chance to fight for our futures, and our ages will not be what stop us.
“The Students’ Union were delighted to see so many people at Bangor’s first Climate Strike. It was particularly positive to see so many young people, who have initiated this movement.
“We are looking forward to the next strike, on 24th May, which we hope will be even bigger and better.
“While our University is particularly good at Sustainability, there is always room for improvement. At the end of the march we will be presenting a letter to the Vice Chancellor outlining specific actions to make the University ‘Greener’ and more sustainable.”
Bangor’s second march will take place on the 24th of May at midday starting from Main Arts Quad at Bangor University.
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