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Campaigner Aled Fisher, shows how joining the Young Greens can empower us to take direct action to fight for the causes we care about most and make a real difference to the world.
Robin, a chef, demonstrates how we can support our economy by shopping in our locality. He argues that locally sourced food is tastier, as well as being kind to our community.
What do you use every day that needs energy of some kind? It’s quite scary when you think about it. Have you ever thought about where that energy comes from?
Hippy Holly Kate, tells us how her environmentally friendly attitude saves the world and saves her money in the process.
Why should we care about endangered species? Helen Meredith from ZSL London Zoo explains why we should save the animals in order to save ourselves.
Tyler’s story concludes the Rise Up short films, showing our four young climate activists being interviewed by Tyler, now a professional journalist reporting in 2025 from a climate summit. In the interviews, they each give advice to their younger selves.
Jay’s story splits into three different timelines as we follow a teenager whose various approaches to speaking up and acting on the climate crisis are each effective in their own way.
Jamal’s story, told through the lens of his friend Tyler’s handheld camcorder, features a school student in inner-city London with a love of growing and cooking his own food, and a dream of becoming a chef.
Erin’s story, featuring sweeping footage of the Norfolk coastline, follows a teenager passionately protesting about the climate crisis as she watches her grandfather’s home crumble into the sea.
Lahari’s story, told through a series of TikTok-style videos, features a prospective law student in Mumbai, who uses her platform to influence the law on air pollution.
Interview with student Karl Oorloff regarding whether it is ethical for developed nations to condemn the pollution caused by developing nations.