We are parents, grandparents, carers, guardians, step-parents, godparents, aunts, uncles and all who support the youth in their demands for a safe climate future. More about our aims>>


SUCCESS! 6 Million people took part

in the GLOBAL CLIMATE STRIKE week - FRIDAY 20th & 27th Sept

  • COMPANIES: Co-op, Ben & Jerry’s, Lush, Patagonia, Ecosia, Atlassian, The Body Shop are among the many companies who encouraged their workers to join;… Over a thousand Amazon employees pledged to join the global climate strike.

  • WEBSITES: over a thousand websites did a digital strike, by displaying a notice over their website on the day.

  • UNIONS: Baker’s Union, UCU, the Writer’s Guild all encouraged their members to take time out on the day.

  • SCHOOLS: Amnesty International wrote to 30,000 headteachers worldwide to urge them to allow their students to go. Brighton & Hove council endorsed all their schools to allow their students to join.


People have been saying this is one of the most powerful films they’ve seen.

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Interview with the film’s makers - Lesley Manning and Annalise Davis


Every Friday we post a simple action that everyone can do. It might be a personal change or taking a political action. By taking action you become part of the solution. See our weekly actions>>

From letters to schools to the latest teaching resources for climate - we are constantly expanding our resources page>>

With action, comes hope. Taking action with others who feel the same way as you really helps; it is empowering and every action counts. Connect with your local group>>

There has never been a more urgent or pressing need for all of us to give what time we can to help in this global effort. Everyone has skills to offer and everyone is needed. However small your contribution, your children and peers will thank you from the bottoms of their hearts.

Fill in our volunteer form to find out how you can bring your skills to help in this global effort.


Another moving short film from a Parent for Future, Annalise Davis