Energy injustice is a huge problem in North Carolina, and the Block Party helped a lot of people see that it’s not just their problem; everyone is affected. On Saturday, October 24, 2015, ACE Action Fellows in North Carolina joined with our partner, North Carolina League of Conservation Voters, for the Power Up NC DIY Block Party for local residents in Southeast Raleigh.
ACE Action Fellow Victoria Barrett is in Paris for the COP 21 UN Climate Change Conference this week. At just 16 years old, Victoria is one of the youngest participants at COP 21. But she is not afraid to speak up.
Today, ACE Executive Director Matt Lappé and North Carolina Program Manager Melinda Lilly take the stage at the WGBH Forum for Digital Media on STEM Learning: Climate Education to share two exciting new
On Tuesday, September 29th, six ACE Action Fellows gathered at the Massachusetts State House to make their voices heard at a public hearing on the future of energy policy in the state. Out of the hundreds of attendees, the Action Fellows were the only citizens offering a youth perspective at the hearing.
ACE provides award-winning climate science programming that gives every student a chance to take action. For some, it’s a small lifestyle change. For others, it’s hands-on preparation for a lifetime of leadership.
Students and teachers aren’t the only ones raving about ACE’s programs. Parents across the country are seeing the passion and leadership that ACE activates in their high schoolers. Check out this testimony from Zoe’s mother.