Sergio Reynaga, Youth leader
A Climate Action Weekend
Ready for a challenge? Go “Meatless Friday” (make a delicious vegetarian dish instead), “Green Saturday” (no transportation using fossil fuels, try walking or bicycling) and “Lazy Sunday” (take some time off and watch some environmental documentaries like ‘Earth’ or ‘An Inconvenient Truth’).
NKOSI NYATHI, Youth leader
Always choose renewable energy
To fight the changing climate, we need carbon neutral energy sources. Choose renewable energy when you can – weather it is for your home, business, or an investment. Ask questions to your electricity provider, employer, bank or parents to make sure that you support renewable!
Isabelle Axelsson, Youth leader
Learning that works for you
Information about climate justice can be hard to find or difficult to understand. Luckily, lots of people communicate it in easy, accessible ways online! Find out what works for you – whether it’s articles, podcasts or videos. Check out my recommendations of great videos to watch to learn more about climate crisis.
Take action for the planet
We need a surge of actions towards the 17 Global Goals, aka the SDGs. They are a toolbox to repair the world, a survival kit for humanity. The demand for activism perfection is limiting us. So shift perspective. We need to start somewhere. Challenge your friends to take action at heart17.com
Nicki Becker, Youth leader
Shaan Kumar, Youth leader
Buy second hand
Switching to buy local or second hand can help reduce the energy and resources that go into creating and shipping clothing. There could be a higher environmental cost hidden behind low price-tag on fast fashion. Invest in clothes that will last longer or give new life to clothes by buying second hand.