Below are visible 36 climate strike sign ideas from other demonstrations all around the globe.\nThe Montreal Climate Strike is taking place on Friday September 27. \nSee here for a complete list of school closures.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nAh, yes. The climate strike sign. In today's climate, both political and environmental, it should come as no surprise that the climate strike poster has become a point of contention on either side of the debate.\nBoth activists and those who feel striking as a response to the declaration of a Climate Emergency is an overreaction, have felt the need to call out the use of these posters as part of the strike.\nBut demanding action requires just that: demands. And posters have long been a part of peaceful non-violent demonstrations, as they have the ability to give a lasting impression of a movement of people towards a unified cause.\nAnd it is evident that most of these signs were made from recycled cardboard and other re-used materials, so if they tag along for a couple strikes before being really recycled, there's no harm in that.\n(Unless you leave them behind in a trash can where they won't be recycled. If you leave your climate strike posters anywhere other than a designated recycling bin, you done goofed.)\nPlus... you could say that these current global strikes all started with one, simple poster.\nThe one that started it all, a year ago, when Greta Thunberg decided she was going to skip school to protest the inaction of governments in the face of vast and grave scientific forecasts for our planet.\nThis is 15 year old Greta Thunberg in August 2018. She skipped school to protest outside of Swedish Parliament. She was a protest of one. In 1 year she’s changed the whole world & it’s conversation on Climate Change.Never underestimate the power of one person.#ClimateStrike pic.twitter.com/nAtau9oluG— Trinity Resists 💚☮️🇺🇸✊🍑 (@TrinityResists) September 21, 2019\n9/20 was an incredible and inspirational day! Thank you for empowering millions around the world, @GretaThunberg. Onward to 9/27 and beyond! #FridaysForFuture #ClimateStrike pic.twitter.com/w6iD3X1q2i— Defend Our Future | #ClimateStrike 🌎✊🏿✊🏽✊ (@DefendOurFuture) September 25, 2019\nI thought this was a pretty perfect poster to kick it off with - an homage to our girl, Greta, complete with a dig at climate change ignorant, Trump. Nice.\nPersonally, I'm a fan of the memes and clever pop culture references, like this one here that is riffing on the notoriously popular Lizzo song, Truth Hurts.\nView this post on Instagram who took part in the climate strike yesterday? - Liz 🦎 . . . #globalwarming #climatestrike #climatestrike #strikeforclimate #activism #activist #politicians #environment #gretathunberg #journalism #protest #lizzo #demonstration A post shared by FACT•IV•ISTS (@factivists) on Sep 21, 2019 at 1:53pm PDT\nI'm just going to put that right here, so you can listen to it while you scroll through the rest of this article.\nYou're welcome.\nPortraits of a world on fire #ClimateStrike pic.twitter.com/Cl1pBA7Ul6— Jeva Lange (@Jee_vuh) September 20, 2019\nLike I said, I also love a good meme, so I had to include this for the one with the This Is Fine dog... although I think maybe it could have said, "This is NOT fine."\nREAD ALSO: Montreal's Just For Laughs Ranked #3 Best Festival In The World, TIFF Not Even On The List\nYou can never go wrong with a little shock and awe, and I love some "nasty women" telling dirty jokes and demanding climate change action.\nThink I found my two favourite signs from yesterday climate change protests 😂 #ClimateStrike pic.twitter.com/te2rfiz4W0— Rhys Williams (@Rhys7Williams) September 21, 2019\n“If the environment were a bank it would’ve been saved already.”- my man Bernie Sanders #ClimateStrike pic.twitter.com/khUB3EqxBt— Madison (@madison_ml_14) September 21, 2019\nAnd the tried and true pun never fails to impress. Although, these puns are really quite good, especially as I'm particularly fond of political puns.\nI think Harry Potter references are like pop culture meme references but special... well, okay, magical.\nThinking of @PotterlessPod at the #ClimateStrike today... if in doubt try Accio! pic.twitter.com/ENiVsqHD1b— Olivia Baird (@liv_ingmylife) September 21, 2019\nBest sign from the #ClimateStrike in NYC yesterday. 🔥 pic.twitter.com/b5vi8LQ6O9— Upasana Roy (@roy_upasana) September 21, 2019\nThis one makes a great point. The only point, really.\nEssentially, "We'll get out of the street and let you carry on with your day once you address the glaring issue that faces us as a global species."\nSimple.\nAnother fantastic pun, this time we're playing on the use of the sign as a form of protest, and as an indicator that we may soon roast ourselves out of existence.\n#climatestrike Seattle! pic.twitter.com/7J43XdfakQ— Stubble (@StoopishU) September 21, 2019\nFeeling this sign #ClimateStrike pic.twitter.com/uscPFbO0pf— Edward Miller (@labourcartel) September 21, 2019\nThe somewhat inevitable air of fatality that lingers is certainly uncomfortable, and I think that's part of the point.\nGovernments and citizens alike have been aware for years that our behaviours were having detrimental impacts on the planet. Now it seems only with this looming sense of doom have we been able to mobilize has a larger group.\nSo, of course, there is a supreme energy of hope that is present as well. And with hope comes the ability to make jokes.\nheading to #ClimateStrike with a saxophone pic.twitter.com/xtySxjz4Gp— nadja oertelt 💥 (@nadjao) September 20, 2019\nBest sign in Edinburgh today. #ClimateStrike. @_sycs_ pic.twitter.com/ggzWeBcMGk— Alex (@massivechange1) September 20, 2019\nThe MAGA joke might be done, but that doesn't mean it doesn't git'r done... cause this sign made me laugh. Where my Outlander fans at?\nThe "fossil fool," idea is very cool to me and highlights one of the biggest issues in Canada, and that is the need to divest in fossil fuels if we are going to move away from our current-day dependence.\nyour voice matters#climatestrike pic.twitter.com/esmLNHXQ9L— Angela Marie (@angelahousecat) September 22, 2019\nMarching on the Capitol for a better and more sustainable future. #ClimateStrike pic.twitter.com/WryeiUnDN5— Euan Mutch (@euanjfmutch) September 20, 2019\nThere really has been an undeniable underlying protest of Trump at the American rallies, as evidenced by fat baby blimp Trump seen pictured above.\nLuckily, our government has at least declared a climate emergency... although, our Environment Minister might still be having a hard time hearing criticism.\nOf course, there's been a lot of love for the one and only Mother Earth, too.\nlista para el #ClimateStrike del 27 🥰 #imwithher pic.twitter.com/BB8Iy7MAiS— estib (@mariajulialk) September 21, 2019\nView this post on Instagram #climatestrike . . . . . . . . . . #climatestrikechicago #climatechange #globalwarming #protest #activist #activism #animalrights #animalliberation #youthactivism #canon #canonphotography #nikon #nikonphotography #film #filmmaker #filmmaking #portraitphotography #landscapephotography #naturallightphotography #weddingphotography #seniorphotos #videography #videographer A post shared by Kristina Rodriguez (@krod_photography) on Sep 24, 2019 at 4:26am PDT\nFriend of mine snapped this in transit and its amazingly on the nose for the #ClimateStrike pic.twitter.com/yyolYBGcek— Freelance Wasteland (@VincentDGabriel) September 21, 2019\nAnd even while speaking of a "mother earth," the focus for demonstrators always comes back to the science.\nWe need to be listening to scientists and implementing audacious and immediate action steps to try can come back from the precipice we've put ourselves on.\nWhich is referenced oh so perfectly in the poster below, that makes me instantly think of The Day After Tomorrow.\nThis is an excellent point. If we start listening to experts and scientists, we can avert disasters: on Brexit and on Climate.#ClimateStrike pic.twitter.com/sO2xZIpNgD— Best For Britain (@BestForBritain) September 21, 2019\nYou want to know who understands what's happening on our planet? Antarctic climate scientists, that's who#ClimateStrike https://t.co/6a3wuyJxX5— Bill McKibben (@billmckibben) September 20, 2019\nAnd luckily for us, even the scientists were out hustling to be heard, even waaaaaaaay up in the Antarctic.\nSweet.\nREAD ALSO: Justin Trudeau Just Outdid Mayor Plante With His Ambitious Promise To Fight Climate Change\nIn fact, there have been some super cool signs from nearly every corner of the earth, like the ones from this march in Karachi, Pakistan.\nView this post on Instagram Join hands with #CocoonHome and make changes happen ☘️ #ClimateStrike #Earth #SaveOurPlanet #Pakistan #StopPollution A post shared by Cocoon Home (@cocoon.pk) on Sep 25, 2019 at 8:21am PDT\nMonk strike, Kathmandu. The sign says There is no meditation on a dead planet. #ClimateStrike pic.twitter.com/YBi7h69mbO— Jonathan Neale (@JonathanNeale10) September 21, 2019\nEven monks in Kathmandu are standing up for climate justice and are demanding a change!\nThis truly is a global movement that shows individuals everywhere are ready to change the system and change their habits.\nSome of the strikes have also featured large demonstrations outside certain targeted buildings.\nView this post on Instagram The #ClimateStrike continue all day today in San Francisco. If you’re nearby join us at Pine and Montgomery. #1000Grandmothers @bayareasunrise A post shared by AE Marling (@aemarling) on Sep 25, 2019 at 8:05am PDT\n#ClimateStrike blockades all over DC this morning. #ShutdownDC system change not climate change pic.twitter.com/hGxdGchOrT— Climate Justice Alliance (CJA) (@CJAOurPower) September 23, 2019\nAnd I can't say I hate this huge display that really emphasizes the size of the issue at hand.\nGo big or go home, right?\nMaybe one reason why so many of these signs are so hilarious and awesome is because it really is a youth march and therefore the sense of humour is real with these ones.\nWe out here saving the planet 🌎 #GlobalClimateStrike #ClimateStrike pic.twitter.com/yPGWQDruBA— Emily Kelley Kunin 💗💜💙 (@thatemilykelley) September 20, 2019\nBest #ClimateStrike sign evah... 😂🙌🏼🙌🏼🌎🌎🌎 pic.twitter.com/bmbzt4Q4OP— PJ🖤 (@FeministHazza) September 22, 2019\nLike, you can take the kids off the internet, but you can't take the internet out of the kids.\nAnd of course, it wouldn't be a fight against global warmning without a couple jokes comparing the heat of our planet to good looking humans.\nthe earth is getting hotter than matt champion #CLIMATESTRIKE pic.twitter.com/acAKpAuwSC— annie (@appaluvr) September 21, 2019\n12/10 best #ClimateStrike sign pic.twitter.com/YjDlHzxPvW— Viv Heaton (@viv_heaton) September 21, 2019\nOr just reference to Leonardo DiCaprio in general.\nHe's kind of like the hot President of Climate Action.\nI really liked this inclusion of the man most green, Kermit.\nI could not make it out today but in solidarity here is my sign #ClimateStrike pic.twitter.com/U8WrS3PmvE— Stephanie Foo (@imontheradio) September 20, 2019\nAnd somehow Shawn Mendes kills it with one tweet.\nTogether we can and will change the future of our planet. #ClimateStrike starts today x https://t.co/wf6j797QcA pic.twitter.com/Mw6OJOdyeb— Shawn Mendes (@ShawnMendes) September 20, 2019\nYouth are the leaders of tomorrow and they have made it damn clear how it's going to be.\nNo more denial, lies or ignorance. It's time to face the climate crisis head on.\nThis week's strike in Montreal will take place on Friday, September 27th. It will begin at noon, starting at the George-Étienne Cartier monument on avenue du Parc.\nSee you there.