As the political classes watch our world burn, a new movement of young people is rising to meet the challenge of climate catastrophe.
An urgent call for climate justice, No Planet B: A Teen Vogue Guide to the Climate Crisis, analyzes the environmental crisis with an intersectional lens - with critical feminist, Indigenous, antiracist and internationalist perspectives. No Planet B is a guide, a toolkit, a warning and a cause for hope. Join us for a conversation with contributors from the book about the urgent struggle for climate justice.
"I hope that this book embodies Teen Vogue’s motto of making young people feel seen and heard all over the world. I hope that it forces their parents, communities, loved ones, friends, and—most importantly—those in power to see that the health of our planet depends on how quickly and drastically we change our behaviors. I hope it forces them all to respond." —From the foreword by Lindsay Peoples Wagner
“This isn't your grandparent's environmental movement. A generation is on the move. Climate justice is young, queer, Black, Indigenous, and militant af. No Planet B demonstrates it is inexorably linked to racial justice, decolonization, and abolition. There's no turning back.”﹣Nick Estes, Red Nation
Lucy Diavolo is a politics editor at Teen Vogue and editor of the Haymarket Books collection No Planet B: A Teen Vogue Guide to the Climate Crisis. Originally from Ohio, she lives in Brooklyn with her banjo and a growing body of unpublished fiction.
Jenn Jackson is is a queer genderflux androgynous Black woman, an abolitionist, a lover of all Black people, and an Assistant Professor at Syracuse University in the Department of Political Science. Jackson’s primary research is in Black Politics with a focus on group threat, gender and sexuality, political behavior, and social movements. Jackson also holds affiliate positions in African American Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, and LGBT Studies. They are a Senior Research Associate at The Campbell Public Affairs Institute at the Maxwell School at Syracuse University, as well. Jackson is the author of the forthcoming book BLACK WOMEN TAUGHT US (Random House Press, 2022)
Kim Kelly is a freelance journalist, author, and organizer based in Philadelphia. She is a labor columnist for Teen Vogue and the Baffler, and her work on labor, class, politics, and culture has appeared in the New Republic, the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Columbia Journalism Review, and Esquire, among other publications. She is the author of FIGHT LIKE HELL, a forthcoming book of intersectional labor history. Follow her on Twitter @grimkim.
Maia Wikler is an anthropologist, organizer, and writer whose work has appeared in Teen Vogue and VICE. She is directing a short documentary film with support from The North Face, featuring the Gwich’in women who are leading the fight to protect the Arctic Refuge. Maia was recently selected as a National Geographic Early Career Explorer to document cross-border stories about the threats to wild salmon from mining in Northern British Columbia. Originally from Philadelphia, she is currently living on Vancouver Island while pursuing a PhD in Political Ecology at the University of Victoria. Her research focuses on memory as a tool of resistance and resilience in the face of corporate abuse, specifically related to deforestation and the climate crisis. Follow her on Twitter @MaiaWikler