On Friday 15 March, CAHA was proud to march in solidarity with students striking across the globe, demanding action on climate change.
Inspired by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg, students walked out in over 100 countries, with over 150,000 students striking in Australia alone. CAHA staff, directors, members and supporters joined the throngs of students across Australia, in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Cairns and Wollongong.
See below for more images from this day of action:
Pictured: Boy on his father's shoulders, with a handmade sign reading "Earth is bound by your decisions".
Pictured: Four students standing and shouting, holding a sign reading "Don't frack with our future"
Pictured: Schoolgirl above the crowd with sign reading "The climate is changing, why aren't we?"
Pictured: CAHA supporters Milly and Emma in Treasury Gardens, Melbourne, with "Our Climate, Our Health" and "Stop Adani" signs.
Pictured: Students in Melbourne with signs reading "It's getting hot, Scott" and "There is no planet B".
Grandparents and parents were also out in strong support of the students. Pictured: A grandmother with a poster reading "His Future, Our Duty."
Pictured (left to right): Former CAHA President Dr Liz Hanna, Professor Kate Auty (ACT Commissioner for Sustainability and the Environment), and Shane Rattenbury (ACT Minister for Climate Change and Minister for Mental Health.
Pictured: CAHA supporters Milly, Libby and Rebecca walking with "Our Climate, Our Health" placards.
Pictured: CAHA member Nathan Graham (on far right) at the School Strike in Cairns.
Pictured: Nurses and midwives at the School Strike in Sydney.