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Thank you for registering for the ACE Earth Week Climate Teach-In on Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 10am PT. 

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Let's take action.


Climate change is the biggest threat our generation faces. Together, we can fight it—one action at a time.


Defend the Clean Power Plan

The Clean Power Plan was created to protect people and the planet by lowering emissions from power plants and increasing the use of renewable energy.

Sahil Pontula

Sahil Pontula is a 2017-2018 Action Fellow in North Carolina. He attends William G. Enloe High School.

ACE 2020 Partner Webinar

This past year we engaged more than 50 stakeholders, including: youth, partners (many of you!), the funding community, and experts in the climate sector, to help us develop a strategic plan to build youth power in the climate movement through 2020.

Dear 2017: Good Riddance.

I can’t say I’m sad to say goodbye to 2017. This year in many ways was truly devastating from a climate change perspective. For those who doubted that climate change was indeed upon us, the reality now couldn’t be starker.

Experts say that the record-breaking wildfires raging near Los Angeles right now are not a coincidence.

Our work is more urgent than ever.

Millions of Americans are recovering from a record year of climate disasters, including the million people impacted by the most expensive hurricane season in the U.S. and the more than 200,000 Californians recently forced to evacuate their homes as wildfires again tear through the state.   


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