Your Voice, Hong Kong: What has happened since the #ClimateStrike and how has the HK government responded?

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About 1000 students marched to Central Government offices on March 15 to urge the government to take action against climate change.

On March 15, more than one million students around the world skipped school to demand stronger climate action from governments worldwide. In Hong Kong, nearly 1000 people marched to Central Government Offices in a bid to encourage the city's leaders to improve legislation.

We speak with the students that are spearheading this movement in Hong Kong, and learn what has happened since the strike, how the government is working with students, and what their goals for the future are.

Send us a tweet @youngposthk with your comments and questions and remember to use the hashtag #yourvoicehk