The most effective climate move we can make involves changing universal reproductive rights policies from a focus on what parents want to a focus on what children need, including what they are owed under the Children's Rights Convention.
This move has the greatest impact, on many levels. It's called Fair Start, and it involves promoting 1) parental readiness, 2) redistribution of wealth to ensure equality of opportunity, and 3) sustainably-sized families as a cluster of obligations that make up the first and overriding human right.
Fair Start reforms help shift unjust concentrations of wealth and power towards funding policies that instead empower all children with equal opportunities in life and a natural, biodiverse environment, by incentivizing and entitling well-planned, well-located, sustainable and more equitable families. In short, we promote fundamental justice and freedom by actually accounting for, and improving, fundamental power relations between people, and between people and their ecologies.
This is not charity – this is fundamental justice, or ensuring that the true costs of wealth are paid back into communities in the most effective way possible.