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ICYMI: Solutions sought in Inverness to halt climate change – 60 PICTURES

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PROTESTERS of all ages flocked to Inverness city centre to join a global protest to fight climate change.

People came from all over the Highlands to join the Global Climate Strike in Falcon Square last Friday to call authorities to action, asking for serious measures to prevent environmental breakdown.

The Inverness gathering was organised by local environmental campaigning groups and involved speeches, music and chanting.

Extinction Rebellion campaigner Elliott Blaauw, said: “I have grandchildren and they are the ones who will inherit this planet, and if we don’t do something in the next two years there will be nothing left to do.

“We want politicians to stop acting cynically and to start taking critical actions to get solutions that will work in the long term.”

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