The 17 year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg gave the youth voice a jump start with her unequivocal, urgent message on climate change. She made it clear that young people will not accept procrastination and mere words from older generations; they want action, now. Thunberg has inspired many youth activists globally – from Indonesia to Uganda to India. Her #FridaysforFuture climate strike call in 2018 may not have resonated in Jamaica (taking a day off school may not have been feasible), but youth organizations across the Caribbean are beginning to rise to the challenge. How can young people not only have a seat at the table in national and regional climate change discussions but also where decisions are made - since it is their future that is at stake? What are the specific issues they care about the most? What concerns do they have? And most importantly, how can young people move from talking to planning and then action, to put their issues on the front burner? The discussion might also touch on what kind of support is needed for youth climate activists, and where.