May newsletter round up

Welcome to our monthly round up of climate campaigning news.

‘Climate change need not become the legacy we leave’

Balloons of the globe

There’s no denying that climate change is real. As a part of BBC Ideas, spoken word poet Magero reflects on our personal responsibility to the planet.

Watch Magero’s powerful piece

'It’s time we heard more from those who will live longest with the climate crisis'

Schools strike

Climate Home News have offered their site for youth climate strikers as a platform to express their ideas. Over the next few months they’ll be hosting content from young activists who have inspired the world.

Hear from young activists

'The fight for climate justice is the fight of our lives, and we need to do it right.'

Hands raised for justice

Wretched of The Earth (a collective of grassroots indigenous, black and brown organisations representing diaspora from the Global South) recently wrote an open letter to Extinction Rebellion about the importance of intersectionality within the climate change movement.

Read their open letter

Mothers rise up

Mothers rise up

To mark international Mother’s Day, thousands of mums took to the streets in a global march for climate action. They called on governments to confront the climate crisis with bold action before it’s too late!

Check out the mums in action

And finally...

Greta Thunberg

Did anyone else spot the giant Greta Thunberg in Bristol?

See artist Jody Thomas creating the 15m-high mural


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