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Climate Justice
 for Future Generations


On March 29th, 2023 the UN General Assembly adopted Vanuatu's resolution by consensus, formally seeking an advisory opinion from the ICJ on the topic of climate change and human rights. We are very grateful for Vanuatu's leadership, and are currently preparing for the next phase of the campaign.

Hear from Advocates in the Pacific Islands:  

Photograph of Asia, a champion of the campaign, surrounded by a volcanic rock formation. She is wearing a dark green t-shirt, glasses, and has shoulder-length dark hair.
Photograph of Junior; he is wearing black face paint, a woven headband, and holding a microphone.

I go around the Philippines a lot, and it pains me to see that my fellow Filipinos living in beautiful landscapes are also the ones dealing with the effects of climate change.

I am now fighting a great climate war. I am fighting for my future and the future of my children. And I am not alone - youth like me are fighting all over the world. 

Hear from the UN

Photograph of Jay'Len surrounded by bright green leaves; he is wearing a light blue button up shirt and a dark blue suit.

Climate change still remains the greatest existential threat to mankind. I experienced Hurricane Harvey the same year I moved to Texas - natural disasters have ramped up. 

Photograph of Nicole; she is wearing a lace dress shirt and a tan suit jacket, with red lanterns in the background.

Countries like the Philippines stand to be the most vulnerable in the ongoing climate crisis. When we speak of climate change, what’s at stake is our home. 

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