Climate strikes over the last seven days drew over 6.6 million people into the streets around the world, putting the week-long action on par with the 2003 global protest against the U.S.-lead invasion of Iraq.Friday\u0026#039;s 600,000 strong demonstration in Montreal made the total number of people who took part in the seven days of action \u0022almost certainly the largest demonstration our planet has yet seen about climate change,\u0022 said 350.org founder Bill McKibben.Almost certainly the largest demonstration our planet has yet seen about climate change. (And on a weekday!) Thank you Canada. https://t.co/Njepzx6SyC— Bill McKibben (@billmckibben) September 27, 2019In a statement, 350 gave the numbers:From 20th to 27th of September,\u0026nbsp;1.4 million\u0026nbsp;people took to the streets in Germany,\u0026nbsp;over 1 million\u0026nbsp;in Italy,\u0026nbsp;over\u0026nbsp;600,000\u0026nbsp;in Canada,\u0026nbsp;over\u0026nbsp;500,000\u0026nbsp;in the United States,\u0026nbsp;350,000\u0026nbsp;in Australia and another\u0026nbsp;350,000\u0026nbsp;in the United Kingdom,\u0026nbsp;195,000\u0026nbsp;in France,\u0026nbsp;170,000\u0026nbsp;in New Zealand,\u0026nbsp;150,000\u0026nbsp;in Austria,\u0026nbsp;50,000\u0026nbsp;in Ireland,\u0026nbsp;70,000\u0026nbsp;in Sweden,\u0026nbsp;42,000\u0026nbsp;in the Netherlands,\u0026nbsp;20,000\u0026nbsp;in Brazil,\u0026nbsp;21,000\u0026nbsp;in Finland,\u0026nbsp;15,000\u0026nbsp;in Peru,\u0026nbsp;13,000\u0026nbsp;in Mexico,\u0026nbsp;13,000\u0026nbsp;in India,\u0026nbsp;10,000\u0026nbsp;in Denmark,\u0026nbsp;10,000\u0026nbsp;in Turkey,\u0026nbsp;10,000\u0026nbsp;in Pakistan,\u0026nbsp;6,000\u0026nbsp;in Hungary,\u0026nbsp;5,000\u0026nbsp;in South Korea,\u0026nbsp;5,000\u0026nbsp;in Japan,\u0026nbsp;5,000\u0026nbsp;in South Africa,\u0026nbsp;more than\u0026nbsp;3,500\u0026nbsp;in Chile,\u0026nbsp;3,000\u0026nbsp;in the Pacific,\u0026nbsp;2,000\u0026nbsp;in Singapore\u0026nbsp;and much more, since many locations are still striking and the final count is not yet confirmed.\u0022The week of Global Climate Strikes is on par with the 2003 anti-Iraq war protest as one of the largest coordinated global protests in history,\u0022 350 said.\u0022We strike because we believe there is no Planet B and that we should do everything in our power to stop this crisis,\u0022 Fridays for Future Turkey organizer Atlas Sarrafoğlu said. \u0022Otherwise my dreams of having a happy future will be taken away from me as well as all the other kids all over the world.\u0022Organizers of the global movement said that they were pleased with the turnout and that the movement wasn\u0026#039;t going anywhere.\u0026nbsp;\u0022This week was a demonstration of the power of our movement,\u0022 said Fridays For Future International. \u0022It was inspiring and historic. People power is more powerful than the people in power.\u0022\u0022It was the biggest ever climate mobilization, and it\u0026#039;s only the beginning,\u0022 the group said. \u0022The momentum is on our side and we are not going anywhere.\u0022350 executive director May Boeve said that the climate actions would continue until policies improve.\u0022We will keep fighting until the politicians stop ignoring the science, and the fossil fuel companies are held responsible for their crimes against our future, as they should have been decades ago,\u0022 said Boeve.