Harry Rose


On March 15th 2019, the UK took part in its first and since only (due to Covid 19) climate change strike. Schools across the country emptied and the streets and news screens were filled with passionate young voices, wanting to be heard by policy makers in the UK and around the world.

Fast forward a year to 2020, there are no climate strikes on our streets and one thing occupies the headlines, COVID 19. 

The conversion of saving our planet might not be taking centre stage, but the resilience to continue pushing the conversation and creating real change within a movement continues.

Climate Generation singles out the UK’s most influential and active teenage activists, spending time with them to learn what they are doing to protect our planet, how we can follow suit as well as focusing on their hopes for their own personal futures. 

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