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Climate Change Lawsuits

By Kim Robson: Private citizens, even teenagers, are fighting against global climate change by taking legal action against their own governments and the world’s biggest oil conglomerates. Their claims are that these entities have failed to protect us from the risks and consequences of climate change. Climate change lawsuits are …

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Teen Leaders Changing the World

By Kim Robson: It used to be that the only avenue for teens to make a difference was to run for office in their high school’s or their college’s Student Body Council. Every once in a blue moon, we’d hear about a young person running for city council, but rarely …

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How to Raise an Environmentalist

By Fredrica Syren: The other day my 3-year-old Liam home came with a box of plastic toys from Grandma and Grandpa’s house, and told me we need to recycle them because plastic is bad for planet. I think many people assume that my husband and I are drilling our kids …

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Child Activism—Born to Make A Difference

By Kim Robson:  Kids are a lot smarter than we sometimes give them credit for. At a very young age, they are capable of understanding adult topics, feeling empathy, and wanting to make a difference. When sufficiently motivated, kids are resourceful, fearless, and can move the world. We are seeing …

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