This video highlights the work of teen climate activist Jamie Margolin. As the founder of Zero Hour, Margolin’s work aims to make young people’s voices and perspectives heard, bringing public awareness to the urgency of their climate concerns and advocating commonsense climate change laws. In the video, Margolin asserts that climate change is the most pressing issue of our time, and her work is dedicated to demanding action from political leaders who have often prioritized their partnerships with fossil fuel companies over the people they serve. In 2018, she worked with Mrinalini Chakraborty, the head strategist of the Women’s March, to organize a Youth Climate March at the National Mall in Washington D.C. The march was followed by two days of lobbying and activism, all of which centered the voices of youth whose futures will be directly impacted by politicians’ inaction. Margolin hopes that this collective organizing will inspire politicians to take the necessary measures to secure a livable world and viable future for the next generation.