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David Suzuki FDN Dec 5
An activist, permaculture teacher and farmer from Vancouver Island, Sierra has been helping her family and community move toward regenerative practices since she was seven years old. Find out more about her and the other plaintiffs:
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David Suzuki FDN Dec 4
A member of the Metepenagiag First Nation, Sophia is increasingly worried about her opportunity and right to learn cultural practices and pass them on to future generations. Find out more about her and the other plaintiffs:
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Tollefson Law Nov 29
Help in the fight against the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion! To assist us in protecting BC's coasts again the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, we need your help. Follow the link below to donate:
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David Suzuki FDN Nov 23
Madeline is one of 15 young people taking the federal government to court for contributing to and allowing dangerous levels of greenhouse gas emissions resulting in climate change. Read more about her and the climate leaders:
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David Suzuki FDN Nov 22
Zoe is deeply concerned about climate change and carbon pollution, not only for herself but for her peers, future generations and nature itself. Find out more about her and the other plaintiffs:
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BC Nature Nov 18
Help BC Nature in the fight against the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion! To assist us in protecting BC's coasts again the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, we need your help. Follow the link below to donate:
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David Suzuki FDN Nov 15
Ira knows that sea level rise, more frequent and intense storms and increased rainfall from climate change are eroding the Nova Scotia coastline, where his family lives. Find out more about him and the other plaintiffs:
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David Suzuki FDN Nov 13
Cecilia’s family are Indigenous from South America, where people are on the front lines of climate change. This has driven her to become a vocal climate rights advocate and  organizer. Learn more about Cecilia and the other plaintiffs:
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David Suzuki FDN Nov 10
Every day, Mikaeel walks to school in Mississauga, so he has experienced Ontario’s extreme temperatures — from heat waves to polar vortexes — first-hand. Read more about Mikaeel and the 14 other plaintiffs here:
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David Suzuki FDN Nov 8
In recent years, Sáj has witnessed unprecedented flooding in her rural community, which has devastated homes, farmlands, crops and roads. Read more about her and the other plaintiffs:
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David Suzuki FDN Nov 6
Sadie she believes she can only protect herself and her home if government takes decisive action on climate change and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Read more about her and the other plaintiffs:
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Nathalie Chalifour Nov 5
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Our Children's Trust Nov 3
“'I wanted to get involved because in Telegraph [Creek] there was a huge fire and my family’s ranch burnt down and I don’t want that to happen to anybody else.'”
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David Suzuki FDN Nov 2
Children shouldn’t have to march in the streets or take their own governments to court. But in times of crisis — which this surely is — people have to do what they can to get the many available and emerging solutions implemented.
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Our Children's Trust Nov 1
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Our Children's Trust Oct 31
Replying to @youthvgov
3/3: The community of Telegraph Creek also lost over 50 structures n over 30 homes. The people continue to rebuild and try to heal today.
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Our Children's Trust Oct 31
Replying to @youthvgov
2/3: This photo was taken is at the Days Ranch, which is Montay’s family ranch that burned down along with several structures on the property that were over a 100 years old.
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Our Children's Trust Oct 31
1/3: Montay Beaubien-Day is the youngest of the La Rose v. Her Majesty the Queen plaintiffs suing the Canadian government for contributing to dangerous climate change. Here he is in August 2019, a year after a devastating fire went through Tahltan Territory.
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Impact Fund Oct 31
“As an elementary teacher, I was concerned for the health of my students and believed I was in a good position to challenge the decision.” We agreed and funded their fight: a big win for the local community and thanks to !
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David Suzuki FDN Oct 31
Lauren has witnessed the effects of climate change, including drought and extreme temperatures, on Saskatchewan's agricultural industry, which her family depends on. Read more about her and the other plaintiffs:
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