We stand as one

Don't let your MP miss out on the climate event of the year

Invite
Today, 45 million people are already estimated to be hungry because of climate change.

It's not too late to take action.

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Kids in Myanmar planting trees to mitigate the impacts of climate change at their school.

An unmissable moment of people power

On 29 November, something incredible will happen.

Thousands of people will pour onto the street of your capital city in support of climate action. Words will be spoken. Memories will be made. We want you, and your local MP to be there. But it's up to you to invite them.

Don't let your MP suffer serious fomo; make sure they get invited to the party of the year.

Why now?

Climate change is impacting children and young people in developing countries the most

This is unfair. Big-polluting countries like Australia and the USA are most responsible for climate change – especially when you look at per capita emissions. Children in the least developed nations have contributed the least to this global problem, they’re most at risk of its effects.


A LITTLE LESS CONVERSATION, A LITTLE MORE ACTION.

This year offers a critical opportunity to make the world a safer and fairer place for children and young people. At the 2015 Paris Conference of Parties, the world will decide on a new international agreement to end human-made climate change. And we want big-polluting countries like Australia and its government to take climate change seriously, and take serious action to cut emissions.


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Marinel lives with the threat of climate change every day.

"CLIMATE CHANGE IS EVERYBODY'S CONCERN"

Being a young person in the Philippines is not that easy.

"What will happen tomorrow is unpredictable because of climate change. We have to live with disasters influenced by climate change every day. During these disasters, children and youth are the most vulnerable to being harmed. We are experiencing the most tragedy, like Typhoon Haiyan, even though we are contributing just a small amount of the greenhouse gases to the problem.

I feel a sense of urgency to take action – I know that our children will suffer more if we don’t act now. The future of the next generation will depend on the actions that we take today. I am not saying this for my own sake but for the sake of my generation and the coming generations.


"I KNOW THAT OUR CHILDREN WILL SUFFER MORE IF WE DON'T ACT NOW"

As a major contributor to the greenhouse gases, the actions Australia decides to take to address climate change will have an impact on the world, for good or bad. Please act for the sake of those who are already bearing the brunt of dangerous climate change, children and young people in developing nations like mine."