20 year old climate justice activist and Juliana v United States plaintiff Vic Barrett reflects on how their identities inform their activism, and why it’s up to all of us to fight back against the climate crisis.
The IPCC oceans and ice report spells out just how disastrous the impacts of climate disruption will be on our oceans unless fossil fuels stay in the ground. As the science becomes even more urgent, the climate movement must follow.
In Europe, the Global Climate Strike brought over 4 million people, in 38 countries, to the streets. We followed the youth strikers’ call to action, angry, defiant, but also hopeful. It was beautiful. And it’s a new beginning.
September 20th-27th is a demonstration of intent from millions of people who are striking from work or school to say that they are ready. Ready to move on and make the changes we need for a world free from fossil fuels, and based in climate equity and justice.