The state legislature passed trailblazing laws in 2008 requiring dramatic emissions reductions in the state’s economy and investment in programs to promote renewable energy and energy efficiency. Yet, for all of Massachusetts’ supposed progressiveness and political pioneering, there is no doubt that it has not done everything that it can to address climate change.
The North Carolina Fellowship has been working with PowerUp NC to educate residents about North Carolina energy policy and how they can save money and energy by making small changes to increase energy efficiency in their homes.
In partnership with the Massachusetts State Divestment Coalition, on Saturday, April 23, four New England ACE Action Fellows gathered to protest the construction of the West Roxbury Lateral Pipeline, which would carry natural gas directly through a densely-
In patnership with NextGen Climate America, seven Bay Area Action Fellows hit the ground running at the state capitol as they met with nineteen legislators on April 12th. Below are three personal accounts from the youth themselves.
As part of the Get Loud Challenge, ACE Fellows from New York City joined ACE staff at United Nations headquarters this week for the High-level Thematic Debate on Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, and the
Last September, 194 young people stood in the balcony at United Nations Headquarters in New York and witnessed the adoption of the 2030 Agenda. More than 7 million young people from around the globe spoke up and seized the opportunity to vote on their priorities for the Sustainable Development Goals, and they placed climate change at the top of their list.
ACE is proud to announce that Victoria Barrett, New York City ACE Action Fellow, will be speaking for the opening ceremony of the United Nations High-level Thematic Debate on Achieving the Sustainable Developm