17-year-old youth climate activist Greta Thunberg is getting her very own TV show. The series is set to highlight the fight against climate change.
It may seem absurd, but it’s not uncommon to see adults bullying a child — particularly child activists. See how this is coming about and how kids fight back.
A visibly emotional Greta Thunberg addressed the United Nations General Assembly this morning along with a panel of climate activists. What she had to say: “My message is that we’ll…
After an international strike on Friday that saw millions protesting climate change, on Saturday, 700 youth activists gathered at New York’s United Nations (UN) headquarters for the first UN Youth…
On Friday, millions of protestors around the globe made their voices heard. Their demand: save our planet. More than 150 countries held marches, all leading up to this week’s United…
Today, schoolchildren all over the world will participate in the Youth Climate Strike — and the biggest school district in the US is helping them do it.
Watch as activisits Greta Thunberg, Jamie Margolin, Vic Barrett and other youth activists challenge the US House of Representatives on climate change.
On Monday, Amnesty International put the spotlight on climate change and youth activism in a ceremony featuring global speakers, including Greta Thunberg.
As youth climate activists met with the Senate Climate Task Force, 16-year-old Greta Thunberg spoke her truth to power: “You’re not doing enough.”
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Yesterday, human rights organization Amnesty International awarded activist Greta Thunberg with their highest honor: the Ambassador of Conscience Award.