Tell the Wall Street Journal to tell the truth about climate change

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has the largest print circulation of any newspaper in the US, reaching more than 2.3 million people each day. As a trusted news source, the WSJ has an obligation to present unbiased reporting on climate change that’s aligned with mainstream consensus on the topic.

However, a review of the WSJ’s opinion section over the last twenty years shows a very different story.

Powering Up Energy Conservation in North Carolina

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.

How Do You Stop a Pipeline? The Power of Community.

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-populated urban area in Boston.

Bay Area Fellows Get Loud in Sacramento

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.  

Ivy Chen

The Thrill of Speaking Up: Why we should all be lobbyists

The fossil fuel Divestment movement is growing. Colleges, religious institutions, private investment groups, and individuals from across the country are taking a stand and removing their financial support from an industry that is profiting by wrecking the planet. And while the actions of colleges and churches have received a lot of publicity, a huge source of support for the fossil fuel industry comes from our own government.

#Youth4Climate: Getting Loud on Climate in Paris and Beyond

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.

Getting Loud for Offshore Wind in NYC

More than 100 supporters of offshore wind power gathered on the steps of New York City Hall on February 18 for a rally and press conference to kick off a 2016 campaign to secure a large-scale, long-term commitment to offshore wind development in New York.


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