A talented wordsmith, Jade decided to use poetry to touch people’s hearts as well as their minds. Now, Jade is a passionate climate organizer who writes and performs poetry about climate justice.
Iris Fen Gillingham, 22, has devoted the last few years to protesting against fracking in New York State, which she calls home.
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.
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.
After witnessing wildfires and droughts, Kevin Malaekeh, Jack Galloway and Jake McCullough decided to make a change.
Zanagee Artis is the 21-year-old co-founder of Zero Hour, a youth-led climate justice movement.
Marsella Munoz is a scientific research diver in training and she’s already spoken before Congress.