Your Call's One Planet Series: Young climate activists report back from Bonn, Germany

Nov 26, 2017

  

During the climate conference in Bonn, Germany, delegates from nearly 200 countries worked on solutions to mitigate the impacts of climates change.

The US delegation, which was comprised of oil, gas and coal industry execs, pushed for more fossil fuel consumption. We’ll speak with a group of young environmental activists who traveled to Germany to take part in the summit and call on world leaders to keep it in the ground.

Guests:

Kyle Lemle, youth delegate with SustainUS to the UN Climate talks, and founder and co-director of the Thrive Choir

 Charlie Jiang, youth delegate with SustainUS to the UN Climate talks, and program associate at the Environmental Defense Fund

 

 Daisy Romero, youth delegate with the US People’s delegation to the UN Climate talks, and a member of  Local Governments for Sustainability and 350.org

 

Web Resources:

350.org: US People’s delegation

Truthout: Why I Helped Organize the Singing Revolt Against the White House at the UN Climate Talks

Charlie Jiang: IN THE CLIMATE MOVEMENT, MAKING A NEW AMERICA

Daisy Romero Brings Youth Voice to COP23

The Washington Post: Singing activists interrupt U.S. coal-focused event at United Nations climate conference