Suing to Save the Planet
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez and his fellow Earth Guardians are suing the U.S. Government to spur action on climate change. The lawsuit continues, despite the recent presidential administration change.
KID WARRIOR PARIS: A GENERATION’S CALL TO ACTION
Change is coming. We are rising with the oceans. Check out his adventure in Paris during the United Nations Conference of Parties (COP21) to see how youth are making an impact in the world.
TEEN VOguE: WHY WE SHOULD ALL BE ON “TEAM GREEN”
Why We All Need to Be Leaders When It Comes to Protecting Our Planet. Learn what’s being done in the revolution to protect the environment—and ensure a world that we, and future generations, can live in—in this video featuring Jendayi Jones, Tyler Greene, Shauna Mahajan, and Xiuhtezcatl Martinez.
TRIBEcA FILM: Young Environmental Activist Xiuhtezcatl Roske-Martinez Visits the United Nations
Watch fifteen-year-old indigenous climate activist Xiuhtezcatl prepare to address a United Nations audience about climate change.
New York filmmaker Vanessa Black, who documented Xiuhtezcatl's childhood in the short film Kid Warrior, was on-hand to film the day's events.
VICE: This Teenager Is Fighting Climate Change by Suing the Government
Along with 20 other young environmentalists, Tonatiuh is suing the US government in a federal lawsuit, arguing that his generation's rights are being violated by the national failure to do anything about climate change.
EARTH TO PARIS 2015
At the COP21 UN conference on December 12, officials from nearly 200 countries reached a new agreement to address the threat of global climate change. Take a look behind the scenes.