It was an intergenerational protest day out.
Print them off, screen grab them, get them tattooed on your leg – whatever. Just make sure you have them on you.
Download them, print them off, mount them on an old cereal box and take them along with you.
Climate activism in the crusty capital of the UK.
"Actions speak louder than words. It is one thing to declare a climate emergency, it is another to act on them."
The radical climate activists kicked off another week of action today, in five cities around the UK. We went to Cardiff to see how they're getting on.
Around 60,000 people took part in a weekend of climate action, occupying the world's largest brown coal mine.
"The thing is, all the air will be really polluted; we will choke and die. We will breathe in the air and we will choke and die. People with asthma will definitely die, probably quicker."
“Why do I care about the climate? I don't like dying.”
If you're planning on skipping school to attend the Fridays For Future march, you should come prepared.
One protester was taken into a police van on yet another day when young people showed they're really not keen on the destruction of planet earth.
“There is an emergency. It is not Brexit. It is the climate and ecological emergency.”