We are an initiative to support the growing global youth movement for climate justice. The initiative is based on the makerspace culture’s philosophy of creating common physical places and providing tools for learning-by-doing. The offer consists of drop-in, a bookable space, a learning program and youth-driven projects.
At Planet One, we believe in the transformative power of collective action, and our mission is rooted in the urgent need for global climate justice. We recognize that the future of our planet depends on the actions we take today. Our commitment is not just about saving the environment; it’s about empowering the next generation to be catalysts for change.
We are driven by the conviction that youth hold the key to a sustainable future, and by joining the climate justice movement, they can shape a world where environmental stewardship is a shared responsibility.
At Planet One, we’re not just advocating for change; we’re fostering a community where every individual, especially the youth, is equipped and inspired to be a driving force in the fight against climate change.
Planet One is a collaborative project between Fryshuset and Greenpeace, two organizations with long experience and strengths in meeting, engaging and building platforms for young people to carry out advocacy work. The project is aimed at young people between 15- 25 years old, but all ages are welcome!
Fryshuset Foundation is a global non-profit organization that works to achieve societal change and positive development for all young people. Fryshuset provides opportunities for young people to discover their passion, develop their innate abilities and help them realize their full potential, and for society to hear and take their voices into account.
Greenpeace is a non-governmental international environmental organization that uses non-violent creative action to pave the way towards a greener, more peaceful world, and to confront the systems that threaten our environment.
The Swedish Postcode Lottery
The Swedish Postcode Lottery is Sweden’s largest lottery, generating over one billion Swedish crowns annually to the non-profit sector. The lottery’s objective is to generate money for the non-profit sector, with an overall vision for a better world.
Established in 2009, Armenian Progressive Youth (APY) NGO aims to bring positive changes into Armenia through active engagement of young people in the society. With a mission of promoting active citizenship and active political and economic participation of young people, APY has implemented over 300 local, national and transnational projects involving thousands of young people across the world.