Climate protestors at a march in France in 2019. / © Unsplash
After "screaming" for action at previous strikes, the climate activists will now stage a silent protest in the capital.
On Saturday 26 November, the youth activists plan to march to and from the Chamber of Deputies to highlight the lack of political action on the climate.
In the context of important upcoming local and national elections, they hope to spur action and focus attention on those candidates and parties who are most likely to take action to address climate change.
In a press release, the group said "even if we are choosing to hold a quiet strike we won’t back down under any circumstances".
Protestors will be asked to wear dark colours and refrain from carrying banners or placards.
The protest is scheduled to start at 6pm outside the Chamber of Deputies.