There aren’t plenty of fish in the sea - not anymore.
Grief can be powerful when we put it into action.
You aren’t alone. You just haven’t found your community yet.
Cassia Moraes knows the power of community. She’s building a global network of young people, trained to take on climate jobs and to support each other in solving the climate crisis.
Nature has proven that we can’t beat it - so we better join it.
What’s in the water?
That’s what legions of volunteers are finding out with MyH20, a network that collects drinking water data to help find solutions to improve water quality across China.
Kids are mad, and they’re willing to take it to court.
Children from across the planet have been sounding the alarm about the climate crisis, fearful that their future will be unlivable. And now they’ve got a lawyer on their side.
When we decolonize fashion, the climate benefits too.
Aditi Mayer is an American blogger and organizer of South Asian heritage. Ms. Mayer uses her social media platform to host conversations about fast fashion, climate, race, and gender.
Nzambi Matee inspires us to understand how waste is managed, and to look for a better way.
Chief Dana Tizya-Tramm of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation inspires us to commit to big ideas and make bold choices to save our planet.
These activists, engineers, and entrepreneurs show us how we can make big changes - in our homes, our jobs, where we pray, and with our family and friends.