Five young people living in Nicaragua report from their hometowns on their climate emergency.
Nicaragua is the poorest country in Central America, with almost 25% of the population living in poverty.
Just 0.8 tonnes of CO2 are emitted per person, compared with 5.4 tons in the UK.
Yet they are the ones bearing the brunt of climate destruction.
Unnatural dust storms plague the city of Leon every summer due to the demand for peanuts and the country is battered by hurricanes which are likely to intensify in the next decade due to climate change.
They cause landslides which destroy homes and livelihoods.
And generations of families live alongside what was once the world’s most contaminated lake until the early 2000s.
The Mirror has been working with Raleigh International on this project to amplify the voices of the younger generation.