'There is no Planet B': Sharpton and youth rally against climate change

Earlier this week, Biden and G7 leaders confronted the collective threat of climate change. In this week's Rise Up, Rev. Al Sharpton joins young climate activists in the fight for climate justice.

6/15/2021 1:02:00 AM

'Young people around the world have run out of patience and now they're leading the way in the fight to cut emissions and protect ancestral lands from rising temperatures and seas,' says TheRevAl. 'It's up to us to rise up and join them.'

Earlier this week, Biden and G7 leaders confronted the collective threat of climate change. In this week's Rise Up, Rev. Al Sharpton joins young climate activists in the fight for climate justice.

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