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Climate workshop held in garden at Concern Malawi office


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What is 1Planet4All?

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We want to empower youth activists to lead our fight against the global climate crisis

Challenge behaviours that fuel the climate crisis

Tackle behaviours at a local, national and global level 

Amplify voices from the Global South

Listen to those most affected by extreme weather in the Global South, who already live with the effects of climate change

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What is ClimACT?

The 1Planet4All ClimACT programme is aimed at youth organisation and educators, and supports them in creatively engaging learners with the topic of climate justice, and empowering them to take climate action.
Farmer Eliza John Wesele standing in her home garden

Get informed

Learn all about climate justice from the people affected most, and why it’s so important that we care.
Four Malawian students sit at green table discussing climate change

Join the workshops

Meet the people making a change in the world, and learn the skills needed to make your own change!
Concern climate youth ambassador Jenny Salmon talking to journalists about her upcoming trip to COP27

Create ideas

Use your new knowledge to think big! There’s no idea too ambitious or too small when it comes to tackling climate change.
Concern's Youth Climate Ambassador Dearbhla Richardson shakes hands with two women from Kangalita Irrigation scheme

Present solutions

Take climate action! Bring a project to life to join the fight for climate justice.

Sign up for ClimACT

Sinéad from our 1Planet4All team will reach out to you about next steps.

You can also download more information about ClimACT here

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Concern’s work in the Global South

The countries least responsible for climate change, are those most vulnerable to its effects. Concern works in many of these countries, like Malawi, Bangladesh and Somalia. As part of our climate smart agriculture programme, we work with farmers to help them build resilience against climate shocks and produce more sustainable crops.
Concern staff and members of the Sayamika Catchment Conservation Group walk through the fields of Samu village

How a village in Malawi has adapted to climate smart agriculture

Over 80% of the population of Malawi is employed by the agriculture industry, with many families relying on subsistence farming to put food on the table. However, this means that Malawi is especially vulnerable to climate shocks, such as cyclones.

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1Planet4All’s Stories in Videos

Fionnuala Moran and Concern meet climate activists in Malawi

Concern's Timothy Kampira stands with back to camera wearing Concern t-shirt as he advises two farmers in field

Join the Youth Climate Justice Charter

Youth organisations have an important role to play in supporting better understanding of climate justice.

We need to urgently transition to a greener, low carbon society if we are to beat climate change.

Join the Climate Justice Charter to contribute to the systemic change needed.