Mothers at COP28: The Powerful Voice of Climate Activism

Mothers from different continents join forces at COP28 to advocate for urgent climate action, driven by their love for their children and concerns for their future. Aydah Akao, a mother from the Solomon Islands, discusses the devastating effects of rising sea levels on her family and community. She calls for an end to the burning of fossil fuels as a crucial action to combat climate change. Miriam Wanjiku from Kenya highlights the pollution of Lake Victoria and her daughter’s role in the Fridays for Future movement. Bhavreen Kandhari, a mother from India, raises concerns about air pollution in Delhi and the negative health impact on children. These mothers’ activism emphasizes the importance of protecting the planet for future generations and highlights the need for global action.