The future is now: Closing the age gap in the climate action movement

In France, young people are the undisputed protagonists of climate action and protests, but many older people participate too, are willing to take risks for the planet and are trying to reduce the generation gap. Karen – a 69 years old woman who is fighting against climate change – is one of them. For her, intergenerational action is essential to actually make a difference and retirement can be a powerful tool to be involved in activism.


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