Climate activists marched from Glasgow today as part of a global youth strike.
Before leaving for George Square, a crowd of young people gathered in Kellogg’s Park this morning.
Large groups were seen roaming the streets in the city center with signs calling for action on climate change.
The gathering was monitored by several police officers.
Chief Superintendent Mark Sutherland said: “Police. Scotland Is a rights-based organization that is at the heart of our work to uphold our integrity, justice, respect and human rights.
“This means that we are committed to supporting the human rights of individuals and groups who want to come together, to be balanced against the rights of the wider community and to ensure the safety of everyone involved.”
We have a Police Ratio Plan to support and facilitate the ‘Friday for Future Scotland’ event. ”
It comes just 37 days before the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow.
World leaders will gather in the city for an international conference that will run for two weeks from October 31 to November 12.