One Trillion Trees

These young climate activists are breaking through the language barrier around the world

Some nations have limited accessibility to climate information as information is not translated into their language Image: Unsplash/Jeremy Bezanger

Douglas Broom

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Sophia Kianni, youth climate activist and founder of Climate Cardinals. Image: sophiakianni.com

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Climate change: the message is the same whatever the language. Image: Unsplash/Mika Baumeister

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