Enough is enough, from the burning of fossil fuels to waste production, our beautiful planet is dying! September 20th was the day the world celebrated its first global climate strike. Millions of students participated around the world during this protest focused on only one target; forcing global leaders to act preventing climate change. From London to Melbourne, New York to Berlin, Jakarta to Istanbul, millions of people joined forces in defence of the climate. This global protest is a start of a new era to end the burning of fossil fuels and begin the rise of zero emissions. Governments have agreed that mobilising stronger and more ambitious climate action is urgently required to achieve the goals of the Paris agreement but, most importantly to make the world a better place for the future generations. The result of the worldwide strike led to the United Nations proposing to push the climate action to the next stage. Enough talk, its time to make changes and adapt, everyone must find ways to reduce their carbon footprint and become eco-friendly. We are losing the race to avoid climate change but, this is a race we can win. Everybody has a role to secure a better future and avoid the worse of the climate crisis. The next step is up to us to make changes.