Representation Matters: Youth Scientists and Eco/Climate Communicators to Follow

Victoria Whalen

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April 27, 2022

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Representation is the key to empowering future generations. To see someone that represents your identity overcome their challenges can ignite a deep passion for change. Not only that, representation brings together communities of like-minded individuals who now have the support and reassurance that they need to continue their passions. As the climate crisis rages on, we can take solace in knowing that youth scientists, activists, and climate communicators are advocating for change alongside us. Read through this blog and check out each content creator’s social media platform. Don’t forget to follow, subscribe, and leave a like on their posts!

Zahra Biabani

Dillon Jones

MinuteEarth

EcoTok

Emma Jane Geisler

Carissa Cabrera


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Victoria Whalen

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Victoria Whalen was born and raised in Georgia, and has recently graduated from Marymount Manhattan College where she received a double BA degree in Biology and Urban & Environmental Sustainability with a minor in Law & Ethics. She is also a rising law student and is attending the University of Oregon as a 1L Environmental and Natural Resources Fellow. In her free time she enjoys playing with her dog Coco, watching movies, playing video games, and doing any sorts of arts & crafts.

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