Hundreds of secondary school students are holding a climate change protest in Dublin city centre this afternoon.
It's going ahead despite health and safety concerns from gardaí.
Today's protest is being backed by Greta Thunberg, former president Mary Robinson and civil rights groups - but it's not without controversy.
The initial plan was for a demonstration starting at College Green and making its way towards Leinster House.
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Gardai feared a possible crush - and warned teachers they could be prosecuted if the behaviour of their students got out of hand.
It's now been stripped back to a protest outside the Dail.
Gardai say they don't want to stop the pupils- but have significant health and safety concerns.
The students haven't been put off by that, though, or the prospect of some rain on the way.