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.
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.