They protest to raise awareness of the climate crisis every Friday as a part of Fridays for Future, are an Amnesty International Bravery Award winner and use their writing as a way to express their thoughts on social justice issues.
What does regeneration mean to you?
Intersectional, grassroots changing of the way we live for the better.
What are you/your organisation doing to regenerate the planet?
We are protesting on the streets all over the world every Friday to demand climate action from world leaders. We are raising awareness of the climate science, and how intersectional the climate crisis is with every other issue we are facing on earth.
What was your personal journey to regeneration?
Fear. I felt terrified once I discovered the truth about the climate crisis and was overwhelmed by it. However seeing youth all over the world unite in solidarity with the same message, it filled me with hope and a reason to take action.
Find out more about Anna:
Change what we measure and incentivise
This response asks us to broaden our metrics of success; to move away from a narrow economic focus, and to make visible and measurable other aspects of our lives that we care about and would like to see improved.
Embed Indigenous wisdom
This response requires us to listen and learn from Indigenous cultures around the world - then integrate these learnings.
This response urges us to tap into the exciting participatory democracy movements and experiments that are taking place at a national or local level around the world.
Educating girls & empowering women
This response encourages us to activate our agency, skills and resources to support girls’ education and elevate women with opportunities for growth, employment and leadership.
Give Rights To Nature
This response requires our legal systems to acknowledge that we are dependent on, and in partnership with, nature - and to evolve by granting personhood rights to ecosystems so that they may be protected under law.