Through Political Action



Long before you can vote (which may be the most important thing you will ever do – at every opportunity, locally and nationally) you can get involved politically. 

Young people are driving political action at an unprecedented level. We’ve made history. We’re organizing on local and global scales and have transformed the climate fight. 

In 2015, before Greta Thunberg broke into our consciousness as a fifteen year old fighting climate change, 21 young people filed a lawsuit against the federal government for threatening their  “fundamental constitutional rights to freedom from deprivation of life, liberty, and property.” The suit is ongoing and the majority of the children are now old enough to vote.

On December 15, 2018, Swedish activist Greta Thunberg, then 15 years old, addressed world leaders at the UN conference on climate change. Writer and activist Naomi Klein praised Thunberg for her moral clarity and for galvanizing young people, who found a sense of agency in her #FridaysforFuture strikes. Her school strikes became a worldwide phenomenon with more than 7.6 million people joining the global climate strike on September 20, 2019. 

A year before Greta started striking, Seattle 15-year old Jamie Margolin co-founded the protest group Zero Hour. She’s lobbied state lawmakers and is part of a group of youths suing Washington state over greenhouse-gas emissions. On September 18, 2019, Jamie testified before a U.S. House of Representatives committee alongside Greta Thunberg. 

In 2019, 17-year-old Irsa Hirsi co-founded the U.S. Youth Climate Strike Coalition. This alliance of eight US-based youth-led climate groups came together, mobilized Future Coalition, and planned the US marches of 2019. The daughter of Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, she is driven by her identity as a Black Muslim woman and has been a longtime advocate for intersectionality and diversity within the climate justice movement. Her experiences have taught her why it’s so important that those disproportionately affected by climate change are at the forefront of the issue, and why the climate movement needs more people like her

The Sunrise Movement, perhaps the most prominent youth movement today, was founded by Sara Blazevic and Varshini Prakash, both 24 years old in 2017. The group’s assertive tactics have brought a profound awareness to the climate crisis. Their November 2018 sit-in at Nancy Pelosi’s office alongside Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez put the Green New Deal in the spotlight of the mainstream media. In February 2019, Sunrise Movement delivered a 100,000 signatures petition and staged a sit-in at Mitch McConnell’s office, demanding the Green New Deal. They have also pushed Democrats running for president to release serious, detailed plans to drastically cut America’s fossil fuel emissions.


The 2020 COVID pandemic didn’t stop youth activists. In fact, April 2020 saw the first Digital Earth Day, and the first-ever virtual Youth Environmental Summit took place in August 2020. Greta Thunberg took her Fridays for Future climate strike online and urged supporters to “find new ways to create public awareness and advocate for change” such as posting photos with your protest sign on social media with hashtags. 

Sunrise Movement has shifted its electoral strategy to focus almost entirely on phone banking and friend-to-friend organizing — encouraging people to talk to their friends and relatives directly about the candidates they support. The Down Ballot Disruption Project teaches young people over Zoom how to canvas for candidates in their local elections and how to build a social media community around their activism. 

The pandemic helped young people pivot to focus on educating more people about the climate crisis through targeted online campaigns, distributing educational material and encouraging virtual training and webinars. 

The youth climate movement has become so profound and so poignant that communication experts have studied how young people have successfully captured the world’s attention. Even the dictionary recognized “climate strike” as 2019’s Word of the Year.

1 in 4 American teens are now taking action to fight the climate crisis. There is a place for everyone when it comes to climate activism. Whether you’re volunteering, using art and text to educate others, or voting, you are part of the work. No one is too small to make a difference.


Illustrations by Kathleen Founds


Young people push for a Green New Deal for schools across the U.S.

By YCC Team 02/23/24
So students in the Sunrise Movement have been lobbying their local school boards across the country to pass a Green New Deal for Schools. In the Boulder Valley School District in Colorado, they recently celebrated…
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Greta Thunberg goes on trial over London oil industry protests

By Damien Gayle 02/01/24
Greta Thunberg defied a police officer’s instruction to comply with an order to stop protesting outside an oil industry summit in central London last year, a court has heard.
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At Case Western, Student Activists Want the Administration to Move More Decisively on Climate Change

By Danish Bajwa 08/29/23
As the fall semester approaches, student groups at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland continue pushing for divestment from fossil fuels, among other environmentally conscious measures, as part of a larger movement that has extended…
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With TikTok and Lawsuits, Gen Z Takes on Climate Change

By David Gelles 08/19/23
As Kaliko Teruya was coming home from her hula lesson on August 8, her father called. The apartment in Lahaina was gone, he said, and he was running for his life. He was trying to…
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Who gets arrested for climate crimes?

By Emily Atkin and Arielle Samuelson 07/18/23
One of the new talks we were most looking forward to was from Vietnamese climate activist Hoàng Thi Minh Hồng. It was supposed to be about the need for climate activism in politically hostile environments,…
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Greta Thunberg charged after blocking road at oil protest

By Nick Duffy 07/05/23
Climate activist Greta Thunberg has been charged with disobeying a police order at a climate protest in Sweden where she joined activists blocking a road.
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Greta Thunberg holds last school strike as climate activist graduates

By Sarah Dadouch 06/09/23
Climate advocate Greta Thunberg graduated from high school on Friday. In true fashion, she marked the day with her final school strike, bookending a journey that began in 2018 and grew into a powerful, worldwide…
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Climate advocates protest Mountain Valley Pipeline outside White House

By Ellie Silverman 06/08/23
Danger Winslow held a microphone in his hand — the stand too tall for the 7-year-old to reach — and told hundreds of people why he returned to the nation’s capital to protest.
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Looking at the White House Through Wildfire Smoke

By Bill McKibben 06/08/23
I’m sitting on a rocking chair just outside the White House fence on Thursday afternoon, and I can more or less make out the seat of American executive power through the haze. In the morning,…
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Students and climate activists push local universities to fully cut ties from fossil fuel industry

By Alecia Reid 05/31/23
Colleges and universities across the country are investing in climate education and research, but not all of them are practicing what they preach.
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Swedish Court Says Greta Thunberg and Other Activists Can Sue Their Gov’t over Climate Inaction

A Swedish court said Greta Thunberg and 600 other climate activists can proceed with a class-action lawsuit against the Swedish government for failing to respond to the climate disaster. The climate group, Aurora, hopes to…
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Why Greta Thunberg is protesting wind farms in Norway

By Kelsey Ables and Rick Noack 03/01/23
When Swedish climate advocate Greta Thunberg and other activists protested at several Norwegian government ministries this week, they weren’t demonstrating against new petroleum refineries or tax incentives for Big Oil. Instead, they were standing against…
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Unicef – Youth for climate action

Elevating the voices of young people to protect the future of our planet.

Future Coalition

Built by youth activists, for youth activists, Future Coalition is a national network that fosters community and collaboration among youth leaders and youth-led organizations. Young people have the ideas and passion to make incredible change…

Earth Uprising

Earth Uprising isn’t an organization. It’s a battle cry. We are young people across the world who won’t stay silent while our future is destroyed.

How to Talk With Kids About Climate Change [2022 Guide]

It may not be the “birds and the bees” talk you were anticipating having with your kids. But the truth is, the birds and bees are dying, and children aren’t oblivious to the adverse effects…

Youth Vs. Apocalypse

Youth Vs. Apocalypse is a diverse group of young climate justice activists working together to lift the voices of youth, in particular youth of color, and fight for a livable climate and an equitable, sustainable,…

Youth Climate Strike

We, the youth of America, are striking because decades of inaction has left us with just 11 years to change the trajectory of the worst effects of climate change, according to the Oct 2018 UN…

Young Voices for the Planet

The mission of the Young Voices for the Planet film series is to to limit the magnitude of climate change and its impacts by empowering children and youth, through uplifting and inspiring success stories, to take an…

This is Zero Hour

We, the youth, believe that #thisisZeroHour to act on climate change. We cannot afford to wait any longer for adults to protect our right to the clean and safe environment, the natural resources we need…

Sunrise Movement

Sunrise is a movement to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process. We're building an army of young people to make climate change an urgent priority across America, end the…

Plant for the Planet

Inspired by Wangari Maathai, who planted 30 million trees in Africa in 30 years, Felix formulated his vision: Children could plant one million trees in every country on earth and thereby offset CO2 emissions all…

Heirs to our Oceans

Heirs to Our Oceans is a rising tide of young leaders around the globe who are taking the ocean crisis into their own hands, educating themselves and others, bringing hope and solutions to the surface,…

Fridays for Future

#FridaysForFuture is a youth-led and -organised movement that began in August 2018, after 15-year-old Greta Thunberg and other young activists sat in front of the Swedish parliament every schoolday for three weeks, to protest against…

EarthEcho International

EarthEcho International is a nonprofit organization founded on the belief that youth have the power to change our planet. Established by siblings Philippe and Alexandra Cousteau in honor of their father Philippe Cousteau Sr., and…

Earth Guardians

Earth Guardians trains diverse youth to be effective leaders in the environmental, climate and social justice movements across the globe - using art, music, storytelling, on the ground projects, civic engagement and legal action to…

Generation Green New Deal Podcast

A new generation has pushed the climate crisis to the center of American politics. Generation Green New Deal tells the story of this youth movement: who they are, what they’ve accomplished so far, and where…

Inherited Podcast

We don't choose the world we inherit. But we do choose what we do with it. Stories from, for, and by the youth climate movement. Produced by Georgia Wright and Julianna Bradley.


Turning Out the Young

How the Sunrise Movement is mobilizing the youth vote—with a mix of reluctance and enthusiasm—for Biden
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Greta Thunberg Hears Your Excuses. She Is Not Impressed.

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…
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Generation Climate Is Making The Crisis An Issue In Local Elections

Among young voters, 74% want state and local governments to do more about climate change. And they’re lining up to make that happen.
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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.
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Stanford education scholar explores how political views influence teens’ understanding of climate change

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

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

From school strikes to the harder edge of Extinction Rebellion, young climate activists are making their voices heard, and they're increasingly politically engaged.
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Climate change: Children are carving out a place in politics, now adults must listen and act

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

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.
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Why young climate activists have captured the world’s attention

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.
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Our Kids Are Right About Climate Change

As delegates for the UN's Climate Action Summit convene in New York, the real leaders are the young people pushing for climate justice in the streets.
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Teaching global warming in a charged political climate

Their training doesn’t cover it, many textbooks don’t touch it, but teachers are taking on climate change anyway.
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March for Climate Change

If there is not one happening in your community already, organize one!
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Launch an ocean startup

Their goal is to have 200 global chapters by 2018, each focused on developing advocacy campaigns targeting local elected officials, hosting community-centered impact events, and raising awareness about the common responsibility to protect our ocean.
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Zero Hour launches nationwide campaign in support of Juliana v. US Plaintiffs

On Saturday, Zero Hour launched its nationwide #JoinJuliana campaign to help thousands of young people add their names in support of the Young People’s amicus (“friend of the court”) brief it will file in support…
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At Davos, Thunberg visit spotlights lack of climate action

By David Keyton And Masha Macpherson   01/20/23  
Swedish climate campaigner Greta Thunberg on Thursday slammed corporate bigwigs meeting in Davos, Switzerland, for “fueling the destruction of the planet” by investing in fossil fuels and prioritizing short-term profits over people affected by the…
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Greta Thunberg removed by German police from coal mine protest site

By Jones Hayden   01/16/23  
Swedish activist Greta Thunberg was removed Sunday by police along with other protesters as they demonstrated against the razing of the German village of Lützerath for the expansion of a coal mine. Thunberg did not…
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The Future of Climate Activism Is Intergenerational—and on TikTok

By Angela Watercutter   09/29/22  
When it comes to changing minds, nothing beats an experience. That’s how Sylvia Earle sees it. The scientist has spent years trying to get people to understand the impacts of climate change, and has found…
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Children aren’t the future: where have all the young climate activists gone?

By Eleanor Salter   06/29/22  
Between 2016 and 2020, children were the vital force at the centre of the climate movement. Youth strikers organised record-breaking mass mobilisations and protests between geography and double maths. In the US, young people from…
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Rally with us and fight for #555ForOurFuture!

Young people from across the country are traveling to DC on June 15th to demand that Congress pass $555 billion in climate investments this year to protect our right to a livable future. The large…
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Becoming inconvenient: youth activists disrupting the status quo

By Abbie Malloy   06/06/22  
For nearly all of history, society has revolved around making life convenient for those in power. We consume their products, run their companies, and live our lives in ways that keep them comfortable. It’s easy,…
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What’s up with climate action in the US?

Climate change is an undeniable crisis across the globe, with impacts affecting people and nature here and now. Limiting global warming to 1.5°C (2.7°F) is crucial if we want to avoid the worst consequences.
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Attend Nationwide Rallies to Demand Climate Action

By Stefanie Sekich Quinn   04/13/22  
The last time Surfrider activists gathered in the streets to demand decisionmakers take immediate action on the climate crisis was in September 2019. Then, COVID19 dominated the world, leaving climate activists held up inside and…
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Fossil fuels v our future: young Montanans wage historic climate fight

By Ray Levy Uyeda   04/13/22  
When Grace Gibson-Snyder was 13, she launched an independent project in her home town of Missoula, Montana, to encourage restaurants not to use single-use plastic containers. She found that youth activism enabled her to press…
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Greta Thunberg to publish a ‘go-to source’ book on the climate crisis

By Lucy Knight   03/31/22  
“I have decided to use my platform to create a book based on the current best available science – a book that covers the climate, ecological and sustainability crises holistically”, Thunberg said in a statement.…
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‘What More Do We Need To Do To Win?’ A Controversial Climate Group Rethinks Its Strategy

By Molly Ball   03/17/22  
The doctor couldn’t understand why Kidus Girma wouldn’t just eat the sandwich. It was October 2021, and Girma, 26, was starving. He hadn’t eaten anything solid in four days. His vision was blurred, his heart…
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Students at top universities file legal complaints to compel divestment

By Susan Svrluga   02/16/22  
For years, they tried to convince universities that investing in fossil fuels was immoral. Now they’re telling them it’s illegal.
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Climate change activists look to increase voter turnout in 2022 and beyond

By Ben Adler   01/28/22  
When engineering geologist Betsy Mathieson, 66, thought about her retirement, she imagined putting her scientific expertise to use by volunteering for an environmentalist organization like the Sierra Club. But when the U.S. elected climate change…
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The People Most Impacted by Climate Change Are Ready to Fuck Shit Up

By Angely Mercado   01/27/22  
Surprise, surprise, the people who are the most affected by the climate crisis in the U.S. are the ones who are more likely to put their bodies on the line to change bad climate policy.
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How to Save the World: Everything You Need to Know About Climate Activism

By Olivia Rosane   11/22/21  
Climate activism is what happens when people from all over the world come together to put pressure on national and business leaders to take action to safeguard a liveable future. Solving the climate crisis requires…
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University of Michigan students demand systemwide change in climate strike protest

By Martin Slagter   10/22/21  
University of Michigan students walked out of class Friday to make their voices heard about the need for local, state and federal climate action. Around 150 students gathered Friday, Oct. 22, on the UM Diag,…
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The Left’s environmental activism is counterproductive

By Stephen Perkins   10/05/21  
Recently, a Washington, D.C.-based chapter of Extinction Rebellion made headlines when its activists dumped a house-like structure in the Potomac River with a banner that read, “It’s do or die.” It was a political statement…
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‘You are making the future today’, Pope tells youth climate activists

By Angelo Amante   09/29/21  
Pope Francis on Wednesday praised youth climate campaigners for their efforts to tackle global warming and encouraged them to carry on with their work "for the good of humanity". Thousands of young activists have converged…
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New Colorado Climate Corps To ‘Tackle The Climate Crisis’

By Danielle Chavira   09/12/21  
 Colorado leaders announced they are joining forces with the Colorado Interagency Climate Team to create the Colorado Climate Corps. Lt. Gov. Dianne Primavera and U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse, who represents Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District, both…
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IPCC report: Greta Thunberg says world ‘must be brave’ to overcome climate emergency

By Rory Sullivan   08/09/21  
The world must be “brave” in confronting the climate emergency, Greta Thunberg has said after the publication of a comprehensive new UN report. The environmental activist spoke out in response to the Intergovernmental Panel on…
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Envisioning a Civilian Climate Corps

By Ashira Morris   07/22/21  
Echoing back to the Civilian Conservation Corps of last century, a Civilian Climate Corps would employ young people across the country in government jobs taking on the climate crisis. The modern corps concept has been…
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Dems agree on a ‘climate corps.’ Now comes the hard

By Emma Dumain   07/21/21  
In every Congress since 2008, Rep. Marcy Kaptur has introduced legislation to create a federal program that would hire and train for jobs to combat the effects of the climate crisis. Yesterday, the Ohio Democrat…
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What Dallas Can Do in the Fight Against Climate Change

By Alex Macon   07/15/21  
Kidus Girma is an organizer with Sunrise Movement Dallas, the local hub of a national youth-led movement fighting against climate change. In recent weeks, organizers with Sunrise Dallas have taken part in a 400-mile march…
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The geriatric Senate confronts a youth movement

By James Arkin   07/04/21  
Jon Ossoff broke the Senate’s generational barrier for millennials. His fellow 30-somethings want to make sure he isn’t alone for long.Ossoff was 33 when, in January, he became the first senator of his generation and…
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Sunrise Ends 400-Mile Climate March With Arrests at Ted Cruz’s House

By Jessica Corbett   06/21/21  
After six weeks of marching 400 miles from New Orleans to Texas amid fruitless federal infrastructure negotiations, Sunrise Movement activists concluded their march on Monday with arrests outside the Houston home of renowned Republican climate…
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‘It does not have to be like this’: 266-mile anti-climate change trek stops in Santa Rosa

By Nashelly Chavez   06/10/21  
A group of seven activists on a 266-mile trek from Paradise to San Francisco stopped in Santa Rosa on Thursday morning to garner support for a federal plan that would create thousands of jobs to…
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Young Change Makers: Why and How Nick Guthman of Blue Future Is Helping To Change Our World

By Penny Bauder   05/27/21  
Build a team. Never do anything alone. Ask your friends and family to pitch in whatever they can and create an environment where people want to be on your team. Some will give money, others…
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The Civilian Climate Corps (CCC), Explained

By Ellen Sciales   04/20/21  
The Civilian Climate Corps is a visionary policy that would create a government jobs program putting a new generation of Americans to work combatting the climate crisis.
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Young Climate Activist Fights to Save Indiana Wetlands

By Mary Jo DiLonardo   03/15/21  
Early this year, youth activist Leo Berry was at the Indiana State House with his mom and a couple of friends to support a climate resolution study and research bill that was being introduced. While…
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The Greta Thunberg Effect

We are pleased to announce the publication of a new research article “The Greta Thunberg Effect: Familiarity with Greta Thunberg Predicts Intentions to Engage in Climate Activism in the United States” in the Journal of…
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What the Senate Vote Could Mean

By Lisa Friedman   01/06/21  
If Democrats win control of the Senate with twin victories in the Georgia runoffs, that shift will hand President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s administration significant additional power to address climate change.
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The Sunrise Movement is an early winner in the Biden transition. Now comes the hard part.

By Gregory Krieg   01/02/21  
The Sunrise Movement, a youth-led climate activist group, has quickly announced itself as one of the most influential progressive forces in the formative days of President-elect Joe Biden's incoming administration.
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A Teen-Powered Get Out the Vote Campaign

Our collective future depends on electing leaders up and down the ballot who are committed to taking bold action on climate change that is informed by science and centered on justice. Extreme weather events, melting…
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‘It gives us hope’: Young Hoosiers gather for ‘Day of Action’ event at Indiana Statehouse

By Jordan Erb   10/17/20  
The hourslong demonstration, "Crossroads of Democracy: Day of Action," was designed to appeal to young people who might not realize they have a political voice, one organizer said.
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2020 Climate Change Voter’s Guide

Each 2020 candidate — whether for the Presidency, the Senate or the House, whether incumbent or challenger, gets a climate score from zero to 100 for the voter to take into the voting booth. Use…
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A small but passionate crowd joins global climate strike to call for environmental justice

By London Gibson   09/25/20  
Just days after a grand jury's decision to indict only one of the police officers involved in the shooting of Louisville woman Breonna Taylor sparked national outrage, a small but passionate group of young climate activists chanted her name at the statehouse…
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Being A Youth Climate Activist During Lockdown Is Hard. Here’s How I’m Still Making A Difference.

By Miriam Awan   09/24/20  
The world is burning outside my window and I’m stuck inside. But I can still push for change.
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Youth Environmental Activists Strengthen Their Stand in the Climate Movement

By Khanh (Kay) Nguyen   09/14/20  
Student leaders proved age is trivial when taking actions on environmental issues at the first-ever virtual Youth Environmental Summit.
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16 Children Await UN Decision As Youth Climate Movement Recalibrates

Emily Schwing   09/09/20  
Last fall, 16 children from across the world, including Greta Thunberg, filed a formal communication with the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child. Within the communication, the kids make the argument that their home nations…
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Youth Climate Activists To Speak At Democratic National Convention

By Kevin Robillard   08/19/20  
Alexandria Villaseñor, one of the founders of the U.S. Youth Climate Strike, will speak.
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COVID-19 canceled mass protests. Here’s what youth climate activists are doing instead.

By Lauren Aratani   08/09/20  
For young climate activists in the United States, staying home because of the pandemic does not mean staying silent, with plans gathering pace across the country to make their voices heard in November’s elections.
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Social-media savvy youth climate movement isn’t stopping for COVID-19

By Sarah Kennedy   06/26/20  
For many young people, leveraging online platforms is nothing new.
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Young U.S. Conservatives Speak Out For Post-Pandemic Environmentalism

By Matthew Lavietes   06/22/20  
A group of young conservatives has urged the United States to rebuild the post-pandemic economy with clean energy to help combat climate change, joining the ranks of Republicans who say they are unhappy with U.S.…
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Youth Climate Strikers Storytelling Hub

The climate strikers who captivated the world during last year’s Global Climate Strike haven’t gone anywhere. They’re still here, organizing online for action on climate change even in the midst of a global pandemic. And…
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Greta wasn’t the first to demand climate action. Meet more young activists.

By Laura Parker   03/25/20  
Reynolds, 20, is five foot two. When she is 60, she says in her speeches, sea-level rise in her home state of Florida will reach her waist. When she's 100, it will be far over…
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Young Republicans: The new climate activists? Maybe.

By Zoya Teirstein   02/11/20  
Nowadays, the left’s definition of a climate hawk is clear. The progressive wing of the Democratic party has unified behind a shared litmus test: Does the person in question support the Green New Deal? Sterling…
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YLS students protest firm’s Exxon ties

By John Besche   02/09/20  
Yale Law School students protested an elite law firm’s ties to ExxonMobil at a recruitment event for Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison LLC.
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Sunrise Movement helps deliver Sanders win in Iowa

Today, after a four-day delay in the release of caucus results, Bernie Sanders is declaring victory in the Iowa Caucus after the Iowa Democratic party’s results show him winning a majority of votes on the…
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