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Our Children's Futures Depend On It.


We are all privileged to live in this beautiful planet called Earth; however, everything that the current generation takes for granted is under threat. That’s why teenagers all around the world are taking a stand and marching for climate action and environmental justice in a newly-founded movement called This Is Zero Hour. Enough is Enough!

Support our youth. Read this important article by a 15-year-old youth organizer for London's March.


CLICK To visit the Zero Hour Website

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