Atlanta Action Fellows Tell Their Stories

ACE Staff

|

May 15, 2015

Young people have the most to lose as a result of ignoring climate change. That’s why it’s so important for them to not only understand the science and work for solutions, but to also be able to share their concerns and ideas about climate change and climate solutions. ACE in Atlanta and The Clean Air Campaign have partnered to help young people do just that: share their stories with the public.

The Clean Air Campaign spent time with ACE Action Fellows in Atlanta, training them to become better researchers, writers and producers of video media. Armed with these skills, the Action Fellows are putting them to use by writing for The Clean Air Campaign’s teen blog, OnAir. Covering topics ranging from the importance of exploring the natural world to eating healthy, the Fellows are improving their writing and communicating skills while also raising awareness about climate change and green living.

You can check out some of their blogs here. Make sure to check back on a regular basis for latest updates!

About The Clean Air Campaign
The Clean Air Campaign works to support local programs to cut carbon emissions, protect public health and help young people take a positive role in reducing traffic and cleaning the air. They’ve worked with ACE since 2012, helping ACE students brush up on their writing skills. During the 2013-2014 school year, The Clean Air Campaign’s youth blog, OnAir. produced a series of blogs written by ACE students and we are excited to continue that collaboration this year.

ACE Staff

More Blog Posts

Climate Emergency Toolkit Images

The Climate Emergency is Here.

Since the summer of 2021, we’ve watched elected leaders at every level grapple with the reality of the climate emergency. Communities, businesses, homes and individuals are suffering at the hand of climate inaction and our elected leaders have the ability to change that. It’s time for our elected officials to meet the urgency of the moment and declare climate emergencies!

Read More
48822045213_28bfbce414_o

ACE INTERVIEW: Aryaana Khan on COP26

Aryaana Khan (she/they) is a 20-year-old youth climate organizer located in New York City. She has been a part of the Youth Fundraising Advisory Board (YFAB) and a Senior Fellow at ACE, and is currently a Biologist in the making at the City College of New York. As she prepares to attend COP26 with ACE, Aryaana has shared some thoughts around the conference and the outcomes she is hoping for.

Read More
Climate Emergency

Climate Emergency 101

The consequences of climate change are affecting us everyday. We are now experiencing hotter heat waves, deadlier hurricane seasons, rivers drying up, air pollution destroying our health, and so much more. It’s time to sound the alarm and declare a national climate emergency. We need to raise our voices and let our government officials know that its #NowOrNever.

Read More
View More