Swedish protest leader and teenager Greta Thunberg on Friday posted images to Twitter from a protest in Tel Aviv amid dozens of other pictures on her feed from demonstrations across the world demanding swift action on climate change, which brought messages of support as well as comments on Israel's treatment of the Palestinians. "Just listen and act on the current best available science", she said.
"There is no question that Greta has had an impact that is greater than all of us environmentalists put together", Suzuki said.
Numerous participants on Friday were young people and students who have been taking part in the climate strikes. After Thunberg spoke at the UN, Trump said, "She seems like a very happy young girl looking forward to a bright and wonderful future. Show leadership!" she said.
The United Nations Climate Action Summit that same day turned out to be a dud and frustrations in the climate movement have built since.
"How dare you!" read one banner at a rally in Italy's financial hub of Milan, where tens of thousands took to the streets and later gathered around a giant globe to watch it go up in flames.
This is all from one girl who only a year ago sat alone on a sidewalk in Sweden with only a sign "Skolstrejk för klimatet" (school strike for the climate) beside her.
Here in Kenora, young people at the rally also want to raise their voices, like Thunberg.
Protesters fill Civic Square during a strike to raise climate change awareness in Wellington.
In Germany, activists from the Fridays for Future group planned to protest a package the government recently agreed for cutting the country's greenhouse gas emissions. In May 2019, both Schwarzenegger and Greta attended a climate conference in Austria and they got to pose for a picture and exchange a few words.
In March, an estimated 20,000 people around New Zealand took to the streets in the Strike 4 Climate marches.
Bardem was promoting a documentary he worked on with Greenpeace.
In Poland, protesters blocked traffic in downtown Warsaw by chaining themselves to a tent.
More than 80 cities across the country are capping off a week of worldwide protests and a call for action for governments to do more to slow climate change.
"I will try and communicate the urgency and say that they are the ones in charge now".
In Buenos Aires, where school strikes inspired by Thunberg have taken place since March, several thousand people marched from the famed Plaza de Mayo to the Congress.
Last month, Thunberg sailed across the Atlantic to the United States from Britain in a zero-carbon emissions boat to protest air travel emissions, and she denounced world leaders earlier this week for failing to tackle climate change.
But seeing how far 16-year-old Thunberg has come in only the last year is even more awe-inspiring.
The world's top scientists believe the long-term average temperature rise must be limited to 1.5 degrees Celsius over pre-industrial levels to prevent runaway warming and catastrophic longer term damage.
"He's, of course, obviously not doing enough. this is such a huge problem, this is a system that is wrong".
"My message to all the politicians around the world is the same".