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Where Are They Now? Kevin Olivarez

Kevin Olivarez is a 21-year-old from Las Vegas who worked with ACE in high school, eventually representing his school at the Green Schools National Conference. Since then, he's been applying his passion for a healthy environment to his daily life.

State House = Our House

On June 4th, a ragtag group of youth in matching white ACE t-shirts wandered the annual Jimmy Fund Scooper Bowl, an all-you-can-eat ice cream bonanza held to raise money for cancer. However, this sweet treat was the end of a demanding leg of the long journey towards climate justice.

Massachusetts Action Fellows Call for Divestment

Participating in pro-divestment activism in Boston specifically is important to me. Massachusetts has been a leader in movements to divest from oppressive institutions.

Hey HOBY! Hey What?!?

Between June 12 and June 14, over 100 high schoolers from Northern CA attended the HOBY Leadership Seminar in Sacramento. Erinn Wong, a rising junior at John F. Kennedy High School in Sacramento, wrote about her experience.

Do One Thing

Every Action Counts

You can do something about climate change. Everyday actions add up.
Do One Thing to fight climate change and help the planet! The more people join in, the bigger difference we make.

What's your DOT? Share your DOT and join ACE's Student Network.

Fewer cars = less pollution + less traffic. Bike, walk, skate, take public transit, or carpool instead.
Conserving energy reduces pollution and saves money. It just makes sense. If no one is using it, turn it off! Lights, computers, TVs, and more.
Talking about climate change is one of the most important things you can do to make a difference. Speak up. Your family and friends will listen.
Say no to waste! Reduce, reuse, recycle. Compost yard waste and leftover food. Buy products with minimal packaging.
Taking shorter showers saves water and also saves energy (less water to heat up). Take the 5-minute #turboshower challenge!
Eating real food is good for the planet and your health. Choose local, seasonal, unprocessed and/or unpackaged food. Choose more veggies, less meat.
Chilly at home? Before cranking up the heat, rock a sweater. Be warm, save energy, and look good too. :-)
Buy smart. Discover fun and hip fashions while reusing materials and helping the planet. $15 designer jeans? Score.

Announcing New ACE Board Members

It’s with great pleasure that I announce the addition of four new members to our Board of Directors. They bring fresh knowledge and expertise to ACE that will further our mission and strengthen our network.

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