(St. Paul, MN)  --  St. Paul police say about six-thousand students and others gathered at the state Capitol Friday for the international youth climate strike.  "Save our Earth" was the message for the rally.  Student Ashley Carmichael held a sign that read “You’ll Die from Old Age – We’ll Die from Climate Change.”  She said the politicians aren't thinking of younger people and warned "we’re gonna see some really ugly things if they’re aren’t some changes.”  She's calling for “really strict laws” to protect the environment.  A group of Democrats say they’re standing with the students and have formed a Climate Action Caucus in the Minnesota House