‘It’s a human rights issue’: young adults take Portugal climate crisis to court | The Guardian

“I was driven to do this because of the anxiety I feel about what is happening, and what will happen if we don’t take any action," Cláudia Agostinho said, according to the Guardian.

Cláudia Agostinho, her siblings, and her cousins filed a case against 32 European countries, arguing their climate policies were inadequate — and after nearly five years, it’s scheduled to be heard in front of 17 judges in the fall, according to the Guardian…READ MORE

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