This includes wildfires (such as the ones here devastated California this year), hurricanes in Puerto Rico, and extreme tornadoes in the Midwest.
Inspired by their daughter's concern for the environment, the pair have stopped flying and have adopted vegan diets as part of their efforts to live more environmentally sustainable lives, Svante Thunberg told a conference in Katowice, Poland, in December.
"The University of Malta student council shall be rallying students and youths in Malta to participate in this Friday's global students4climate strikes".
Despite gaining an worldwide spotlight, the strike is not a top priority for Burlington High School (BHS) students.
"Politicians that have been in power for so long have let us down", she says.
"Climate change affects the people that contribute the least to it".
Students in the United Kingdom are demanding the Government declare a climate emergency and take active steps to tackle the problem, communicate the severity of the ecological crisis to the public, and reform the curriculum to make it an educational priority.
They also want the State to communicate the "severity of the ecological crisis to the general public", including a reform of the education systems to "address the need for ecological literacy". To Noor, the "we" means youth.
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"So think about how many more long-term net jobs will be created by transitioning to a 100 percent renewable economy", she said.
Jacqueline Kohler, a chemistry teacher at BHS believes that addressing climate change is crucial in the social landscape today.
Kohler supports youth activism and says it encourages society to understand issues and make intelligent decisions that will benefit humankind.
Over 1560 researchers, academics and educators have signed an open letter supporting the school strike. At the 2019 World Economic Forum in Davos, she sternly told world leaders, "I don't want you to be hopeful".
The protest had to be on a school day to get the message heard, otherwise it would just be a "media blip". Despite there being more than enough evidence to prove the existence of anthropogenic climate change, we feel that the government is often more concerned with pocketing the political donations of fossil fuel companies than ensuring that our generation will have a future with a safe and stable climate. Many people will remember the scenes from last November, where around 15,000 students walked out of school in protest of the same issue.
Mark Hertsgaard from The Nation wrote of the students: "They grasp what many of their elders apparently never learned: The climate struggle is not about having the best science, the smartest arguments, or the most bipartisan talking points".
Scientists in other countries have released similar letters of support for past strikes.