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This is Zero Hour for the climate. Young people are growing up in a world already shaken by the impacts of climate change — from year-round wildfires to Category 6 hurricanes to deadly heat waves year after year. These young people may also be the last generation who can do anything to stop the worst of this crisis. That’s why a movement led by high schoolers of color will march in DC to demand our elected officials take bold action to protect young people and our futures – before it’s too late.
The fossil free world we need is already on its way: from the explosive growth of renewables to the wave of cities and states voting to block dirty fossil fuel projects, you see signs that our movement is winning everywhere you look. Now, we need to push more leaders to step up before we’ve lost our chance to stop the worst of this crisis.
As the Trump administration disregards the dignity and human rights of young people and their families, we have a responsibility to stand with youth who are fighting to protect our collective future and prevent the worst impacts of climate change.
120 Constitution Avenue, NE
Washington DC 20004