What next for climate strikers?

Written by 350.org

This Friday classrooms are quiet while streets worldwide have come to life again with the chants and cries of a new generation of climate activists.  What started as a one-person protest by Greta Thunberg has grown to a movement of … Read More

The Promise to Protect Tour: An Inspiring Journey

Written by 350.org

What was the Promise to Protect Training Tour? The Promise to Protect Tour came to 9 cities across the United States this spring and helped train 1,160 organizers to follow Indigenous leadership and learn how to take nonviolent direct action … Read More

Schoolkids strike, adults vote

Written by 350.org

Later this week, kids will skip school again to take part in a massive global climate strike. Their demands are clear: urgent action to stop the climate crisis. As adults in Europe, next week is our opportunity to not just … Read More

5 ways you can support the school climate strikes

Written by 350.org

With classrooms unusually quiet but the streets of towns noisy and alive with young people marching and chanting, you can’t have missed the growing #FridaysforFuture movement.  This Friday 24 May will be even noisier than usual with nearly 4000 school … Read More

What makes a movement?

Written by 350.org

Like this issue of Fossil Free News? Make sure you sign up here to get it delivered by email every 2 weeks. It feels like things in this movement are changing, and fast. With the recent news that we’ve hit … Read More

School strikers to G7: Take climate action

Written by 350.org

On March 15, 1.6 million youth in 112 countries skipped school to bring attention to government inaction on climate change. Students fear they have no future. Still, their cries for help have been ignored. Student climate strikers from every G7 … Read More