Thousands of students around New Zealand are protesting government inaction on climate change. Jenny Nicholls captured the action at Aotea Square, Auckland.
#SS4CNZ Student climate change protest at Aotea Square March 2019by North & South
Thousands of students headed to Aotea Square today to protest government inaction on climate change. Here are a few pictures from the #schoolstrike4climate action, by North & South art director Jenny Nicholls.
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