“Who does not jump, that's for fine dust” – one of the slogans with which students in Berlin again demonstrated on Friday for more climate and environmental protection. For weeks, teenagers have been gathering every Friday before the Federal Ministry of Economics to keep up the pressure on the government. But many of them skip school. A strike in the name of climate protection, under the motto “Fridays For Future”. “It just shows quite strongly that we rebel as an entire generation and from everywhere – from the smallest village in Hessen, with 400 souls, with whom I spoke recently – we show that we are on strike and that we do not accept it, that our future has been lost for 40 years, ignoring for 40 years that we are facing a climate crisis and that we have no chance to act except now, and we are telling you all in the Federal Ministry of Economics, in the Bundestag: act now, do something for the climate, and good enough and not just a bit, it's a climate crisis and not climate change, we need to act now. ” From all parts of Germany, the students had arrived, some in class, accompanied by their teachers. So also by Erik Klausch from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. “I believe that on days like today, students learn more than I can teach them, in three or four weeks of lessons, because here are the students learning skills and the opportunity to get involved, and that is much more important in our society and society in our time and for the future, as dry matter that I can teach you in class. ” Parents have also joined in the student strike. Under the hashtag Parents for Future, an association of quote “parents, friends and dedicated people” encourages students on the Internet. They should continue the protests. The students in Berlin seemed to leave no doubt about that on Friday. Not only in German cities did students take to the streets – elsewhere in Europe, as here in Paris, young people demanded more climate protection. Among them was 16-year-old Grete Thunberg, who had been washing the heads of politics and business at the World Economic Forum in Davos – she had first called for student strikes.