Ideas and Tools
First things first:
Tip: The most important parts of a presentation are the introduction and the conclusion. Think about these parts very carefully and formulate a so-called call to action - your call to the audience to do something after your presentation (planting trees!).
Find out how to organise a speaking opportunity and how to prepare your talk perfectly in the guide "My perfect lecture".
Youth Summit Talks
Would you like to meet Climate Justice Ambassadors from all over the world? Then our Youth Summit Talks are the perfect format for you!
Once a month, we meet online via Zoom and invite well-known international speakers to present exciting new information on their topics. The main focus is on global reforestation: what is the UN Decade on Restoration all about, how can global reforestation be financed, and when is reforestation sustainable?
You can discuss these and similar questions with our experts.
Upcoming dates will be posted on our blog.
Organise your own planting action!
Rainforest on the windowsill
10 Tree targets
Take your own picture with a leaf in front of your mouth and share it. Encourage 10 friends to be part of the "Stop talking. Start planting." campaign.
10 Tree Gifts
Organise a Run4Trees
We want politicians to listen to us!
Because politicians must set the framework for a climate policy that will allow us to limit the temperature increase to a maximum of plus 2°C. This includes that particularly companies should compensate for their CO₂ emissions. In order for them to do that, the politicians have to tell them to do it.
Get your local politicians to take the climate into account in all their decisions. The easiest way is to ask your mayor for a personal meeting. How to do this and how to best prepare for it is explained in our Mayor's Guide.
Join our Stop talking. Start Planting campaign
Protest for your future!
To be heard, we have to be loud! Climate protests have developed all over the world in recent years. Be a part of it and be loud for your future! Search for climate protests online and join others to work together for a fairer, greener world.
There are no climate protests taking place near you? Then organise your own. Ask friends, school mates and mobilise just everyone you know. Make posters come up with slogans that you can shout and think about when and where your demonstration could take place. Then you can get started. Together you can, for example, move from the marketplace to the town hall and tell your wishes and demands to everyone along the way.
Don't forget to inform your local media and ask them to spread your invitation to join. The more you are, the more people will hear you and eventually take action.