Fridays For Future Estonia demands are based on Lausanne Climate Declaration, which was composed in 2019 by FFF activists from 34 European countires.

  1. Reduce greenhouse gas emissions gradually starting the decrease in 2020 at the latest and reaching net zero CO2 emissions by the early 2030s as per countries’ current context in the Paris Agreement.
  2. Implement pricing on greenhouse gases in line with the demands of social justice and the costs imposed upon future generations.
  3. Sustainable transport should be stimulated over unsustainable transport through accessibility and regulations in private, public and cargo sectors.
  4. Reduce energy consumption.
  5. Immediate investments into renewable energy.
  6. Recognise the climate crisis and its solutions for what they are, make truthful and accurate information accessible to everyone and actively communicate this information.
  7. Announce a Europe-wide climate emergency, which includes goals, targets, and mechanisms such as check-ups to ensure transparency and accountability.
  8. Measures should be taken to enhance resilience and decrease the severity of the existing impacts of climate change.
  9. Governments should find ways to meaningfully involve civil society (including young people – minors), scientists, workers and companies.
  10. The mentioned parties should be included in decision-making at all times.
  11. Governments should encourage circular economies, like repairing, reusing and recycling, instead of linear economies, for example making, using and disposing. Regulations should be put in place against unsustainable and unethical practises.
  12. Governments should encourage sustainable farming and agroecology, as well as independent small-scale farmers and take systematic measures to raise accessibility of plant-based nutrition and locally-produced food.
  13. The ecosystems and biodiversity should be protected.
  14. The recommendation of the last IPCC report on climate change and land should be taken into account in agriculture.
  15. A just transition should be implemented and the accessibility of green sector employment ensured.
  16. Diplomacy should be used to prevent and resolve conflicts with negative impact on the environment.
  17. Climate refugees should be recognised and treated as legitimate asylum seekers with respect to human dignity and nature.