Natasha Lepage is an 18-year-old climate and human rights activist from Luxembourg coming from a multi-national background. As the daughter of a diplomat and an international journalist, she grew up in Indonesia, Senegal and India, learning about different societies and cultures from a very young age. She has started her activism at the age of 14 by joining a Human rights youth group and, after seeing thousands of young people taking to the streets to demand climate justice, she joined the first Youth for Climate strike in Luxembourg in 2019. For the last three years she has devoted a lot of her time raising awareness, organizing climate strikes and engaging with politicians as the spokesperson for Youth for Climate Luxembourg. After finishing high school, she would like to study politics and international relations in order to continue fighting for social and environmental justice and contribute to building a livable future for the next generations while ensuring their voice is being heard.