Bangor students and local schoolchildren will be taking to the streets again on Friday 20th September, to protest against the lack of action on the climate crisis.

 

 

The Bangor protestors will be joining thousands of others across the UK who have been inspired by teenage activist Greta Thunberg, demanding urgent action in the Climate Emergency.

The protestors in the UK will join thousands of other across the world, which will be held three days before the United Nations climate summit in New York.

Local youngsters, who took part in demonstrations in Bangor in April and May this year, are now calling on adults to join them on Friday 20 September as part of a massive global day of action.

A protest organiser for Bangor said: “Remember, this is a general strike! Adults, parents, teachers, university students in Bangor – you can all help us! Please share and help spread the word.”

The march will start from Main University Building within the Main Arts Quad on College Road at 12pm and finish at the Bangor War Memorial, where the participants will have an opportunity to voice their views on the climate crisis. Pavements and pedestrian areas will be used for the whole route.

For more information visit the Facebook Event Page Here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2350873048307688/