For Our Kids Alberta joins other organisations to push for clean energy

"The clean energy target is one avenue to engage and excite youth in our province, offering them a chance to be at the forefront of a sustainable future".

For Our Kids joined Climate Plan Alberta and the Alberta Renewable Energy Alliance at a press conference to object to the six-month pause on new renewable energy projects in Alberta, while supporting the federal target for a net-zero electricity grid by 2035.

You can read the full article in the Calgary Herald here

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Climate activist parents join court case against Ontario

Parent-led climate action group For Our Kids went to the Ontario Court of Appeal Monday to support youth suing the province over alleged climate inaction.

The lawsuit claims Ontario's plan to curb greenhouse gas emissions is in contravention with Canada’s Paris Agreement commitments to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius — which Ontario pledged to uphold — and constitutes a breach of the Charter rights of the province’s youth, who will suffer the most from climate change.

"Parents will do anything to protect their children," said Whyte. "We'll always show up in that fight."

Parents intervene in Ontario appeal court, in landmark climate lawsuit led by youth

Toronto/Traditional territories of several First Nations including the Williams Treaties First Nations, Huron-Wendat, the Anishnaabeg, Haudenosaunee, Chippewas, and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation - January 15, 2023

For Our Kids will appear as intervenors today in Ontario’s appeal court as part of their leave to intervene in the youth-led climate lawsuit Mathur et. al. v. His Majesty in Right of Ontario. The network of parents and families agree that the Ontario government’s weakened provincial climate targets violate Charter-protected rights to life, liberty, and security of the person.