Like COVID-19, the climate crisis affects us all differently. But did you know poverty, race and where we live often determine how we're impacted by the climate crisis?
For example, Black, Asian and minority ethnic people in the UK are more likely to suffer the impacts of air pollution.
The government isn't doing nearly enough to clean up pollution and protect us from climate breakdown. Urgent action is needed to make sure that no matter who we are or where we're from, we all have the right to a safe and healthy life.
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Pressuring richer countries, including the UK, to acknowledge their role in contributing to climate breakdown. We need to help poorer countries adapt to our changing climate to ensure a better future for all.
Taking the government to court over their support for a new large-scale Mozambique gas project. The construction phase alone will increase the greenhouse gas emissions of Mozambique by up to 10% by 2022.
Pushing for policy changes to reduce air pollution in inner-city areas and support the marginalised communities that are impacted most.
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