“Climate Outloud” is a Series of Discussions about Climate Change
Let’s talk about climate change and what youths are doing to secure their future on a livable planet.
They say the federal government has not established reasonable carbon reduction targets.
Climate Change. Global Warming. Let’s Talk about It.
Youth Sue Government for A livable Future.
They want updated regulations using current science to secure Clean Air and Clean Water.
It’s the most talked about case of the century!
Watch a Video by Our Children’s Trust – Features the Plaintiffs and their cause. #YouthvGov
Today’s Youths Take Action to Secure a Livable Future.
Juliana v. United States was brought by 21 young plaintiffs, and Earth Guardians, who argue that their constitutional and public trust rights are being violated by the government’s creation of climate danger. The case is one of many related legal actions brought by youth in several states and countries, all supported by Our Children’s Trust, seeking science-based action by governments to stabilize the climate system.
While President Trump continues to reject science, these young people are fighting for the future of the planet. Tool Kit for sharing info about the Youth v. U.S. Gov Case.
Oral Arguments on June 4th in the 9th Circuit Court – Trial postponed by the Supreme Court NOW goes forward.
The latest up date – Oral Argument in Juliana v. U.S., before the U.S. Court of Appeals in Portland, Oregon, is less than a month away. Our Children’s Trust prepares for argument on June 4 and to bring the 21 youth plaintiffs to the courthouse on that day!
The Supreme Court stepped in to postpone the Trial of the Century, previously rescheduled from Feb 5th, 2018 to October 29th, 2018, in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. It is now scheduled for June 4th, 2019.
On October 29, 2018, 21 young people suing the federal government for violating their constitutional right to a safe climate will finally have their day in court. The date was decided Thursday at a conference in Eugene, Ore., between attorneys for both sides and Magistrate Judge Thomas M. Coffin. The case will be heard by United States District Court Judge Ann Aiken.
This program is in partnership with King County Library System, in the “Everybody’s Talking About It” series. “When everybody’s talking about it, we can make a difference.” This program is Sponsored by Humanities WA, the King County Library Foundation, the Port of Seattle ACE grant fund, and the Nature Stewards Program.
We hosted Climate Outloud discussions in 2016 and 2017 in Burien and Renton. In 2018 we hosted a workshop about carbon sequestration and your carbon footprint, funded by a Port Of Seattle Airport Community Ecology grant as part of the “Making Burien Awesome” program. Attendees learned how to determine the amount of carbon sequestered by various native tree species. See past Program Schedule. Digital Toolkit for sharing the event.
To follow the Court Case, look at these articles and press releases.
Juliana v. United States was brought by 21 young plaintiffs who argue that their constitutional and public trust rights are being violated by the government’s creation of climate danger. The case is one of many related legal actions brought by youth in several states and countries, all supported by Our Children’s Trust, seeking science-based action by governments to stabilize the climate system.
Youth Demand that Adults Stop Destroying the Planet
Sick of inaction on climate change, youth are organizing the Zero Hour Climate March to get dirty money out of politics and fight for climate justice.
NOAA reports this data: Carbon Dioxide:
September 2017 406.94 ppm
November 2018: 408.02 ppm
Click on the Chart below for an update.
Climate Outloud follows the Activists in their Acts of Civil Disobedience to save the Planet from further warming and inhabitable conditions.
Follow this link for more information: https://climatedefenseproject.org/resources/comic-explaining-the-climate-necessity-defense/
A list of Oil and Gas Terminals in the Pacific Northwest, compiled by Sightline.
What is Climate Change by the New York Times