From Manila to New York, Sao Paulo to Nairobi, London to the Pacific and across Europe, thousands of people took to the streets and protested in front of some of the world’s biggest banks and financial institutions this weekend.
Together, we’re demanding an end to all fossil fuel funding and shifting those resources to finance a just energy transition. And that's just the beginning.
The energy from these actions is felt here at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) where movement leaders and frontline voices are sharing their stories and telling the truth about what’s at stake in these negotiations.
In a powerful speech, Brianna Fruean from the Pacific Climate Warriors (350 Pacific) shared the message that while young Pacific people are 'resilient beacons of hope', any increase in global temperature above 1.5 degrees will put the survival of Samoa — and all of us — in jeopardy.
Listen to her powerful words below, then share them with your communities — we need this to reach as many people as possible.
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Brianna’s message is a rallying cry for climate activists all over the world — ‘We’re not drowning, we’re fighting’.
This is the message that we need our leaders to hear at COP26 — to listen to the frontline communities feeling the effects of climate change now, and use it to guide climate action now. Will you watch and share Brianna’s important message TODAY?
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