Grève pour le climat à Hong Kong - 15/03/2019

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Grève pour le climat à Hong Kong

Grève pour le climat à Hong Kong

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Hong Kong – 15 March 2019

1. Various of students protesting and chanting slogans

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Elisa Hirn, 17-year-old strike organizer:

"This is the very first student strike for climate change in Hong Kong so we feel very proud that we've initiated this. We really hope we get something out of this, we are hoping now the government will listen to what we have to say and make some changes."

3. Tilt from office building to the student gathering at Chater Garden, central Hong Kong

4. Various of students protesting and chanting slogans

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Zara Sultan, Jacqueline Wang, Emily Yu, Ariana, 10-year-old student participants (from left to right):

"One planet, one home. There's no second chance anymore. We can't go to Mars."

6. SOUNDBITE (Cantonese) Emily Yu, 10-year-old student participant:

"Our environment is more important than what we learn. If our environment is so bad, whatever we learn, there's no point."

7. Pan of students chanting slogans

8. Mid of student chanting slogans

9. Pan of students walking out from the garden

10. Various of students marching through the street

11. High shot of the march

STORYLINE:

About 200 students gathered in Hong Kong on Friday, calling for better government action against climate change.

Inspired by 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, students participated in the school strike urging the Hong Kong government for immediate actions to prevent climate change.

The strike, also known as Schools Strike For Climate, is part of the global movement #FridaysForFuture.

Students boycotting schools gathered at 0300GMT at Chater Garden in central Hong Kong. After an hour of gathering, the crowd started marching towards Hong Kong Central Government Office to show their concerns over the lack of action in Hong Kong against climate change.

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