On Friday 15 March young people around the world will be walking out of their classrooms to strike for action to save the planet from climate change.
As part of our global coverage of this extraordinary event, we have invited some of the young campaigners to be available online for a discussion with readers and with Guardian columnist and environmental campaigner George Monbiot.
George has written about how the campaign requires the support of all generations to succeed, but how does that work in practice? What does success mean and how can it be achieved?.
If you have questions for the youth campaigners or for George Monbiot about this growing movement or about how to become involved more generally in climate activism you can share them below.
How to ask your question
Ask your question in the form below before Friday 15 March. We would like to hear from readers of all ages so please let us know how old you are and where you live, but if you’re under 16 you’ll need to get your parents’ permission before you send a response to us. We will get in touch to confirm this with you.
If you are taking part in the climate strike you can also get in touch via our dedicated callout here.