Now or later...

Check out this poem written by Osa Igiede, a junior at Prospect Hill Academy in Cambridge, MA:

"Well I wrote this poem after hearing about An Inconvient Truth and seeing the movie so many times it inspired me to write something about it that kids can relate to on their own level. Because it's either we strive and do all the hard work now or suffer later when we no longer have snow on the ground."

Power Shift needs all of us

This month, in 11 key states across the US, thousands of young people will get together to demand bold action on climate and energy! Why??

We are urging President Obama and the Congress to pass a strong and comprehensive climate and energy plan by December that creates millions of new jobs, ends our dependence on dirty energy, brings America lasting security and reduces global warming.

Team Chicago Steps Up!

As autumn settles in and it gets cooler here in the Windy City, the winds are changing and the beautiful colors of the fall harvest are everywhere.

And ACE educators are everywhere too - we've been to Lake County Indiana and Lake County Illinois; we've been to Du Page and McHenry Counties, and had some time inside the City of Chicago as well. We've met thousands of amazing high school students and it's just the beginning! You're all so inspiring!

Meet ACE Houston: the 3 Musketeers

By Darrell Grant, ACE Educator - Houston

Hello world!  We know the internet can be a little anonymous, so I'm going to be telling some ACE stories over the next few weeks.  Below is the skinny on who the ACE Houston team is, and where we come from.

Climate Hero Alert :: Willie Truong

By Willie Truong, Oakland High School

Hi - my name is Willie Truong and I go to Oakland High School.  I want to tell you about the project that I did for trying to better our environment.

Can you dig it?

By Alan Palm, Lead Educator - New England

Will Allen might just be the most famous urban farmer in America. He's founder of Growing Power a non-profit dedicated to creating a just and sustainable food system one community at a time.

It Began with a Few Hundred...

This is the second post in a multi-part series on youth climate heroes from around the country.


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