On International Youth Day, Youth Climate Justice Fund founders Joshua Amponsem, Green Africa Youth Organisation; Nathan Méténier, Former UN Secretary General’s Youth Advisor, co-Founder of Generation Climate Europe and Paloma Costa Oliveira, Brazilian young climate activist, Former UN Secretary General’s Youth Advisor, reflect on the power of youth climate justice movements. As we enter the midpoint of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, many of the most impactful movements and leaders in climate action stem from today’s youth. However, these movements are still only receiving less than 1% of climate grants from the largest climate foundations. At Goals House, The Youth Climate Justice Fund has been able to convene donors and allies to help support youth-led climate initiatives. In September at New York Climate Week, The Youth Climate Justice Fund will officially be launched, and will meet again at Goals House to support youth led initiatives across the globe working to combat the threats of climate change.