Global Climate Strike demonstrations inspired by teenage Swedish activist Greta Thunberg took place ahead of the UN climate summit in New York and kicked off in Australia & other countries around the Asia/Pacific rim on Friday.
In over 150 countries, people are stepping up to support young climate strikers and are demanding an end to the age of fossil fuels.
As young people across the planet march on cities to demand action, those in nations already suffering the dire impact of environmental catastrophe have added their voices to calls for urgent action.
Young people in the Solomon Islands, Marshall Islands & Kiribati also demonstrated on Friday with children joining in chanting 'We are not sinking, we are fighting'.
They did not take to the streets like other young global climate protestors across the world, they symbolically took to the seas.
Earlier this morning Tokelau Pacific Climate Warriors joining the Global Climate Strike.
The Global Climate Change Strike runs through until the 27th of September.
You can check the Global Climate Strike website here for where demonstrations will be held near you.
For those living in New Zealand, strikes around the country will take place this Friday the 27th of September.