I believe she is the inventrix of the Friday Climate Change Strike, which means that Woke adolescents go on 'strike' from school on Fridays and protest in city centres.
Admirable though this is, I can suggest a nuancing tweak which would make it even better.
The Government should fund a lengthening of the School Week to include Saturdays. Saturday teaching would be exclusively devoted to a detailed study of the 'Climate' problem ... I mean, issue. It would be studied in terms of weather patterns, economic structures, demographics ... you name it. The course would be subject to intensive examination. So as to avoid accusations of 'brainwashing', different teachers would take different positions on these subjects, and, in the Examinations, the willing young people would be expected to discuss with discrimination contrasting attitudes. The good old discipline of the Three Hour Essay Paper could thus be restored, to the advantage of all. Prose Composition in Latin, Greek, French .... could also enjoy a miraculous revival. "Cicero attacks Verres for polluting the beaches of Sicily". "Demosthenes excoriates the ecological policies of the Macedonian government". "Bossuet preaches to the Court about the Ozone Layer". But why only Prose Compo? The young could imitate the ferocious hexametres of Juvenal, the nasty snarling Epodes of Archilochus and Horace with all their dirty malevolence, Semonides' intemperate tirade against women. After being let out of school, they could be allowed a relaxing half hour smashing shop windows to chants of "Indignatio facit like versum".
A spin-off advantage would be that the town centres would do practically no trade on Saturdays. This would be noticed ... and, of course, one of the main purposes of 'Industrial Action' is to be noticed. In particular, the stores where little girls endlessly purchase new garments made in foreign factories with dubious conditions of work, would be brought to their knees. That in turn would etc. etc..
This sort of stuff more or less writes itself, doesn't it? I could go rabbiting on for ever.
P.S.: We don't seem to hear nearly as much about the Ozone Layer as once we did. However would Bossuet explain that to the Most Christian Monarch?