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  • SteveGood

    Its about time we taught kids real science.....like that the earths temp is unchanged since 1998, that there is no demonstrable evidence of CO2 influencing hurricanes, that while the the Arctic ice is in decline the Antarctic ice is increasing (they historically have alternated, and we might add to their enlightenment by letting them know how the most vocal scientist/politicians promoting anthropogenic global warming deliberately misled the public about their findings.

  • EVsRoll

    More rhetoric. If kids are gonna shape the future they may want to walk or ride a bike to school rather than hitching a ride in an SUV or big ass minivan.

    Actions speak louder than nice sounding words.

  • suad alhalwachi

    I love this paragraph, its very true: Generations of young people have historically shown that they are an innovative, resilient, and successful power when united. That's why we work with thousands of young leaders to channel their knowledge and imagination into climate solutions, from energy audits to speaking at The White House, from raising their voices online to bringing sustainability to their neighborhoods.

    Today's youth do have the power to shape the future. It’s up to us to help them make the most of it and focus beyond next fall, the breakups and the ballgames and onto saving the world they will inherit.