The climate strikers who captivated the world during last year’s Global Climate Strike haven’t gone anywhere. They’re still here, organizing online for action on climate change even in the midst of a global pandemic. And now, they’re sharing their personal stories with the world. 

Today, we begin publishing a series of stories by young strikers who have participated in’s Youth Storytelling program. Over the past month, they’ve looked inward and outward, to draw connections between their unique journeys and the importance of activism in this moment.

The 7 stories so far span different mediums – from video, to personal essays, to drawings. Authors come from different countries and linguistic backgrounds, and while most are in English, we expect to see stories in French, Spanish, and Vietnamese too.  The young authors were coached through the different stages of story development, from finding their voice, to writing and editing, to publication.

You can access the stories published so far on the Storytelling Hub right now at And keep an eye out over the coming weeks, as we publish the rest.

We hope that this Hub can continue to grow as a platform to amplify the voices of diverse young activists from across the globe. Every story is important, and we believe everyone has the power to bring their community together to fight the climate crisis. Hopefully, these stories inspire you to share your own too.

See the stories

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