90% of 8th graders know that climate change is real and human-caused, while 90% of Republican senators deny it. In response, ACE students visited our nation's capital to speak directly to their senators.
ACE will be introducing the 2014-2015 Action Fellows from our regions across the country. Check out some our brief interviews with the Reno-Tahoe Region's new Action Fellows below. Make sure to check back later to follow their great work this year.
Alicia Wong is an ACE Action Fellow who is writing a monthly blog series on her experiences with her fellowship. Last month, she spoke to the Washoe County School District Board of Trustees about the Idle Free Schools Campaign.
Fossil fuels are a bad investment. If oil, coal, and gas companies burn all of their known reserves we can kiss a stable climate goodbye. That’s why ACE Climate Action Fellows joined in Global Divestment Day.
This is a submission by Will Burnett, ACE Action Fellow, to the Nature's Voices Project and was originally shared on their site. The Nature's Voices Project honors and amplifies the voices of young people inspired by environmental education.