rallies in Sydney, Melbourne protest against The climate of Australia policy

SYDNEY/MELBOURNE, Nov. 6 (Reuters) – Over 1,000 people demonstrated on Saturday in Australia’s largest cities of Sydney and Melbourne to protest against the governmentthe climate policy and strategies die it bid at a UN climate summit in Glasgow.

Sydney’s first legal protest after months-long COVID-19 lockdown saw about 1,000 people March in support of global action day for climate justice, a global movement mobilized at the COP26 meeting.

“We are all out here for show That we want more of ours governmentsaid Georgia, one of the protesters.

The demonstrators were carrying signs met the text: “We need human change, not climate change” and “Code Red” for Humanity”, in images shown by media.

A week of government speeches and commitments at the two-week meeting in Glasgow made promises phase out coal, slash emissions of the potent greenhouse gas methane and reduce deforestation.

Blinky, the smoking, screaming four-foot-tall koala doll, is seen as Extinction Rebellion activists hold a koala funeral to mark climate change. in Melbourne, Australia November 6, 2021 in this photo obtained from social media. Politeness of Extinction Rebellion Australia/via REUTERS

However, Australia has the global methane pledge and activists and pressure groups are unimpressed by the pledges of other world leaders. read more

“The COP 26 agreements were underway and it’s not about” out the best for Australia at the moment”, added Georgia, the Sydney protester, who only gave one name.

Melbourne’s protest was smaller than Sydney’s, with just a few hundred people to spin out for a rally die featured a giant koala bear die radiating plumes of smoke, and protesters dressed as skeletons on bikes.

several smaller events were held elsewhere in Australia.

Swedish teenage activist Greta Thunberg was one of thousands of young campaigners who marched in Glasgow on Friday, demand urgent action. read more

Reporting by Lidia Kelly; Editing by Clarence Fernandez

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