On Sunday, thousands attended the march for the climate in Brussels to call for action on climate change. Many brought signs with smart and funny slogans.
"Titanic wouldn't happen in 2019", claimed one, referring to the oceans' melting ice caps due to global warming.
Other slogans were wake-up calls. "Change the system, not the climate", read one:
Youth had created humorous signs to protest the current situation. One young woman's slogan claimed that "this system is worse than [her] maths skills".
Many signs denounced how big corporations' carbon footprint endanger the planet. "Planet before profit", one sign read.
But the most striking sign was that of a boy, reading "When I'm grown up, I would like to be alive":