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Turning Out the Young

By Annabelle Williams Photo: Kathy Willens, AP Photo

How the Sunrise Movement is mobilizing the youth vote—with a mix of reluctance and enthusiasm—for Biden

11/02/20
                                                               

Greta Thunberg Hears Your Excuses. She Is Not Impressed.

By David Marchese Illustration by Bráulio Amado

Greta Thunberg has become so firmly entrenched as an icon — perhaps the icon — of ecological activism that it’s hard to believe it has been only two years since she first went on school strike to draw attention to the climate crisis. .///.

11/02/20
                                                               

Generation Climate Is Making The Crisis An Issue In Local Elections

By Marianne Dhenin Photo: Nathan Howard

Among young voters, 74% want state and local governments to do more about climate change. And they’re lining up to make that happen.

10/22/20
                                                               

Youth for climate action

Climate change is here. As its impact intensifies over time, it is the children and young people of today who will face the worst effects.

08/10/20
                                                               

Stanford education scholar explores how political views influence teens’ understanding of climate change

By Carrie Spector

Before enrolling as a doctoral student at Stanford Graduate School of Education (GSE), Lynne Zummo, PhD ’20, worked as a high school teacher – and before that, as a scientist conducting geology research on climate change.

04/21/20
                                                               

Planning protests, not prom: inside today’s youth climate strike movement

By Brandon Pytel

On a Friday afternoon in early autumn, 17-year-old Jerome Foster II was not at school. He wasn’t at home, either. Foster was outside the White House in Washington, D.C., holding a sign that read, “School Strike for Climate,” and protesting government inaction on climate change.

10/18/19
                                                               

‘We Must Grow This Movement’: Youth Climate Activists Ramp Up the Pressure

By Kristoffer Tigue Photo by Justin Sullivan

From school strikes to the harder edge of Extinction Rebellion, young climate activists are making their voices heard, and they’re increasingly politically engaged.

10/11/19
                                                               

Climate change: Children are carving out a place in politics, now adults must listen and act

By Eleanor Byrne

There’s no doubt that young people today are driving action on climate change. The #FridaysforFuture school strikes are arguably the most dedicated and sustained direct action in a generation.

09/20/19

Climate change: children are carving out a place in politics – now adults must listen and act

By Eleanor Byrne and Benjamin Bowman

There’s no doubt that young people today are driving action on climate change. The #FridaysforFuture school strikes are arguably the most dedicated and sustained direct action in a generation.

09/20/19
                                                               

Why young climate activists have captured the world’s attention

By Emma Marris

From Jakarta to New York City, children and teenagers are walking out of class and marching in the streets to demand action on climate change. And the world is taking notice.

09/18/19