HUNDREDS of students are today expected to take part in protests at Southampton City Centre.

They join millions of protestors across the world, demanding the end of fossil fuels.

Earlier today at 7am there was a protest at Carnival HQ in Harbour Parade where they were blocking and swarming people with banners and shouting until 9am.

There will then be singing, speeches and music outside the headquarters until 10:30am.

The cruise agency has been in the press due to dumping fuel and food waste along with thousands of gallons of sewage into the ocean.

The group will then march to Guildhall Square to join the Global Strike which is encouraging students to protest about climate change, with begins at 11am.

The global strike will be full of stalls, speeches and shouting until 4pm, with MP Alan Whitehead expected to speak at the event.

There are also marches around Southampton City Centre at 12pm until 1pm, and a solidarity event on Highfield Campus in the University of Southampton at the same time.

A small meeting is also taking place at October Books in Southampton, in support of the international climate strike at 11am.