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thousands of school students from around the world out to the classes to join a global protest against in action on climate change , it is it is what worries me is that really horrible phenomena or D. happening in other countries here in Switzerland we're not yet being hit that much even of last summer was extremely hot and it's been years since it was hot here and it really is a problem , more demonstrations upon later in the day in the United States organizes came about two thousand five hundred should attend a Washington nine eight , yeah I don't know what I mean here because we are afraid for our future they tell us the ten eleven years we could die in the what was studying now useful for a future if we do not have a future why should we study , the move out close to this by sixteen year old Swedish student credit them back which began protesting outside of parliament on school days somebody has since been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize