Students across the country will take to the streets on Friday, November 30 to demand politicians,&nbsp; corporations and individuals take action on climate change. Local students Alina North-Andrew, Zoe Pentin and Finn Stone will take part in the&nbsp;School Strike 4 Climate Action movement&nbsp;inspired by 15-year-old Swedish student&nbsp;Greta Thunberg. The three students will join others&nbsp;in Littleton Gardens at 11am before joining in a human sign at 12pm under the guidance of Clean Energy For Eternity president Matthew Nott. “I think it is really important to protect our environment and protect our future,” 16-year-old Zoe said. “I was inspired by my friend who told me about it and&nbsp;I want to protect my future,” 10-year-old Alina said. “If we don’t act on climate change now it is going to be too late,” 11-year-old Finn said.