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Pacific Islanders call for a Just Recovery

Pacific Islanders call for a Just Recovery
“Matagi Mālohi: Strong Winds” is a gorgeous testament to the resilience of young people in the Pacific.

From the 20th to the 27th of September, we will use this moment to show the world that the solutions to a Just Recovery are about building community and working together to grow and share our resources.

From September 20th to 27th Pacific Islanders around the world are calling for decisive climate action. One year on since more than 7.6 million people took to the streets during the Global Climate Strikes, the 350.org network of Pacific Climate Warriors are organizing climate actions as part of their regional week of climate action, Matagi Mãlohi – A Just Recovery

Join us in sending a clear message that a just recovery from this pandemic and the climate crisis means planting seeds, literally and figuratively, that future generations will harvest.

This week of action is part of a larger wave of COVID-safe global climate strikes unfolding in the face of these crises. Together, these actions will help build a groundswell of support for real climate leadership that looks at building back better, healthier, and safer.

Check out what our Pacific Climate Warriors have planned for the Matagi Mālohi, Week of Action.

Article originally published by 350.org

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