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Global Strike for Future in Japan

An older man holds a sign as he joins young people taking part in the Global Strike for Future at the United Nations University, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan.Friday March 15th 2019. Part of a global day of action in 98 countries and nearly 2,000 cities; this was Japan's second Fridays for Future event, known as "School strikes", and took place from 2pm to 4pm with activists and students holding signs demanding leaders, internationally and nationally, take measures to reduce ecologically damaging activities. The movement was started in 2018 by Swedish schoolgirl, Greta Thunberg, who began striking from her lessons when she realised that adult leaders were doing nothing to ensure there would be the future she was studying for.

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2019 Global Strike for Future in Tokyo
An older man holds a sign as he joins young  people taking part in the Global Strike for Future at the United Nations University, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan.Friday March 15th 2019. Part of a global day of action in 98 countries and nearly 2,000 cities; this was Japan's second Fridays for Future event, known as "School strikes", and took place from 2pm to 4pm with activists and students holding signs demanding leaders, internationally and nationally, take measures to reduce ecologically damaging activities. The movement was started in 2018 by Swedish schoolgirl, Greta Thunberg, who began striking from her lessons when she realised that adult leaders were doing nothing to ensure there would be the future she was studying for.