The value that young people can bring to making our schools and communities more resilient to climate change deserves more than a single sentence in a three-page feature. Young people should be at the center of our resilience efforts. There is no better way to learn math, language, science, and other subjects. Nothing is more important than teaching young people how to employ that knowledge in service to our future.
Earlier this week the IPCC released their latest report on climate change. The report is sobering. The news is that even if we immediately reduce greenhouse gasses as much as […]
When Mary Breslin’s seventh-grade science class at George Washington Middle School in Alexandria, Virginia, met for the first time in fall of 2018, several students noticed something strange: a mushroom […]
Over the last few years, a growing group of environmental education organizations has come to the conclusion that the scale and complexity of the environmental challenges we face require more […]