Chrysula Winegar discusses a new film series, Young Voices for the Planet, which features children and youth who passionately take a stand against environmental destruction and fight for more sustainable futures. Filmmaker Lynne Cherry is dedicated to helping young people share their stories, and her film series has been positioned in some school districts as part of the curriculum, inspiring countless children and youth to take action in their own communities. In these academic spaces, children and youth are encouraged to consider the local problems that need to be addressed, and, in class, they work together to formulate viable solutions that could make a positive, sustainable impact on their communities. These films – and the academic conversations they encourage – help young people to understand that they should not allow their age to limit their potential as climate justice leaders.