1. Students at sit in in front of Elysee, French presidential palace
2. Students shouting, UPSOUND (French): "One, two, three degrees, it's a crime against humanity."
3. Students shouting, UPSOUND (French): "Join us, don't watch us."
4. SOUNDBITE: (French) Nina Lazard, 21, student:
"Students organised this action of occupation in front of the Elysee. The goal is to stay as long as possible and to show in front of the Macron residency, who unfortunately is in Japan, that we are here, that we are going to be mobilised, that we are ready for confrontation. We will really do civil disobedience. We are ready to block infrastructures, to block polluting enterprises, factories. We want to be much more offensive."
5. Pan from policemen to students blocking the street in front of Elysee
6. Police spokesperson, UPSOUND (French): "What I propose you is to compose a delegation in order to be received by the Elysee. In the meantime we want you to stay on the sidewalk."
7. Students with banner reading (French): "G20: to speak is OK. To act is better."
8. SOUNDBITE (French) Nathan Gael, protester:
"We do not agree, simply because we talked to them already many times, we try to convey our message since a long time. And of course that doesn't change anything, so no, we have talked enough, so we will stay here longer and maybe afterwards they will listen more to what we have to say, but at the moment, no."
9. SOUNDBITE (French) Alice (second name not given), protester:
"As long as they don't take strong measures, we will not move from here. That's our message."
10. Other students joining the sit in in front of the Elysee shouting, UPSOUND (French): "Hotter then the climate."
11. Students shouting
12. Placard reading (French): "Damaging the ecosystems. Mass murder."
13. Mid of students and in the background Elysee shouting UPSOUND (English): "What do we want? Climate justice. When do we want it? Now!"
14. Pan from police to students
15. Students shouting, UPSOUND (French): "Acts, not words!"
16. Students with banner reading (English): "Youth for Climate"