It’s time for an all-out national mobilization to defeat the climate crisis.

The next president and Congress must lead the charge to defeat the climate crisis and build a thriving, just and inclusive clean energy future. Join us.

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It’s time for an all-out national mobilization to defeat the climate crisis.

The next president and Congress must lead the charge to defeat the climate crisis and build a thriving, just and inclusive clean energy future. Join us.

Alexandria Villaseñor

Alexandria Villaseñor

Alexandria Villaseñor is a member of the Evergreen Advisory Board member and a 14-year-old climate justice activist located in New York City. She is involved with the Fridays For Future movement that was sparked by Greta Thunberg in Sweden. She is also a co-founder and co-director of US Youth Climate Strike. She has spoken at the United Nations; received the disruptor award from the Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards; was awarded a scholarship from The Common Good public advocacy organization; and was awarded a Youth Climate Leadership prize from Earth Day Network. In September 2019, Villaseñor, along with 15 other youth activists including Greta Thunberg, Catarina Lorenzo, and Carl Smith, filed a legal complaint with the United Nations accusing five countries (France, Germany, Brazil, Argentina, and Turkey) of failing to uphold their reduction targets to which they committed in their Paris Agreement pledges.