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White House Rally for Juliana v. U.S.

When

April 21st, 2024
1:00 pm EDT

Where

The White House, Washington, DC, USA
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For nearly nine years, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has aggressively filed motions to delay or dismiss this landmark constitutional climate case, even after U.S. District Court Judge Ann Aiken ruled in favor of the 21 youth plaintiffs and said they should be allowed to proceed to trial.

We demand Juliana 21 be heard.

Sign this petition to “Tell the Biden Administration and the DOJ: We demand the Juliana 21 be heard at trial. Don’t let the DOJ silence youth voices.”

Our Children’s Trust is a non-profit public interest law firm that provides strategic, campaign-based legal services to youth from diverse backgrounds to secure their legal rights to a safe climate. We work to protect the Earth’s climate system for present and future generations by representing young people in global legal efforts to secure their binding and enforceable legal rights to a healthy atmosphere and stable climate, based on the best available science.

Third Act members support Our Children’s Trust and their young clients. We will help amplify their voices before the third branch of government in a highly strategic legal campaign that includes targeted media, education, and public engagement work to support the youths’ legal actions. The legal work of Our Children’s Trust– guided by constitutional, public trust, human rights laws and the laws of nature – aims to ensure systemic and science-based climate recovery planning and remedies at federal, state, and global levels.

Register directly with Our Children’s Trust via the link above and watch the TA DMV newsletter for details on TA participation. Rocking chairs welcome! #SaveJuliana 

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