Indigenous teens lead legal battle for climate justice in Hawaii
Indigenous teens traumatized by years of flooding and fire in Hawaii are now leading a legal battle for climate justice.
Two of the plaintiffs join Here & Now’s Deepa Fernandes to reflect on a year of tragedy and hope.
Kaliko is a plaintiff in a legal battle for climate justice. (Courtesy of Kaliko)
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