Iris Fen Gillingham, 22, has devoted the last few years to protesting against fracking in New York State, which she calls home.
Hear from the underdog Gen Z activists who are taking on climate change and advocating for the health of our planet!
Alexandra is fighting to transform Baltimore’s Inner Harbor by cultivating wetlands that can help increase biodiversity.
Isaias started Queer Brown Vegan, an organization dedicated to sharing educational resources on everything from climate science and climate change to the types of plants that can be foraged in local communities!
Iris co-founded Fridays for Future Digital, the digital arm of the climate strike movement Fridays for Future, in order to get young people, people of color, and marginalized voices throughout the United States involved with the fight against climate change.
Michael Montondon is the founder and CEO of Bags Into Beds, an organization that upcycles plastic waste into comfy mattresses and pillows.
Anna and Neal are the co-founders of Globally Unified Air Quality (GUAQ), an organization dedicated to creating affordable air quality monitoring solutions for people around the world.
Each month, Andrea and the rest of the Salt Water Warriors meet up to spend an hour collecting trash in their coastal community. To date, they have prevented thousands of plastic bottles and containers from making their way into the ocean, showing just how much of an impact an hour of hard work can make.
Sometimes, changing the world starts at home! For activist and student Katharine Morris, that means raising awareness about climate change and environmental racism in her Connecticut community.
Scout Pronto Breslin believes in nature-based solutions for addressing climate change.
The 21-year-old is using community gardens to connect the present with past traditions.