VOX ATL staff writer Sophie James, a 15-year old at Decatur High School, attended the Global Youth Climate Strike on March 15, 2019. Started by Greta Thunberg in Sweden, the global strike brought teens from 125 different countries together to fight for climate change action. Watch the video to hear from teens who participated.
In April, The Daily Mail, a British newspaper, sent America’s meat lovers into shock when it published an article about possible steps to be taken toward meeting Joe Biden’s climate plan. Pulling information from studies by Michigan University’s Center for Sustainable Systems and The University of Maryland’s School of Public Policy, The Daily Mail announced that…Read on
Normally when you look up climate change solutions on the web, we see the usual answers: use renewable resources, don't burn fossil fuels, reduce car emissions, take public transportation, go vegetarian, etc. But these things have been around for years, and global warming is still getting worse. Read on
It is virtually impossible to eradicate climate change as a whole, but we can limit its harmful effects and decrease its significance, and it starts with teens. Read on
My teacher dedicated a large portion of the year to global warming. I found myself bored by her lessons at first, ignorantly thinking of them as repetitive and irritating. And then, I really started paying attention as I noticed some changes in the real world. Read on