Youth Think Climate (YTC) is an international magazine dedicated to sharing youth stories surrounding the climate crisis. The YTC team firmly believes education is critical to evoking progress and represents the root of an equitable future. After the publication of YTC’s first edition on climate change denial, the team expanded from 6 to 16 ACE fellows and Youth Action Network members.
The theme of this second edition is climate justice, focusing on the disproportionate impacts of climate change placed on marginalized communities. The magazine features dozens of submissions from young people living in 13 states and 4 countries, alongside 2 interviews, ACE Fellowship updates, and resources for climate action.
The Youth Think Climate Team is thrilled to share the magazine with the world and inspire young activists to join the fight for climate justice.
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