Young people have long served as outspoken activists against the ills they see in the world, but their actions have only recently transcended international borders. The widespread adoption of social media has provided youth activists with a megaphone and a worldwide audience, enabling global exposure for topics like gun control, Black Lives Matter and, perhaps most influentially, climate change. Youth-driven climate action groups have arisen in nearly every country and resourcefully use social media and other tools to influence elected leaders around the world. Hear from a panel of young climate justice leaders as they discuss what is at stake for future generations.
- Naina Agrawal-Hardin / Political and Partnerships Strategist, Sunrise Movement
- Orion Camero / Executive Director, SustainUS
- Diana Fernandez / Director of Finance, Zero Hour
- Molly Peterson / Science and Climate Reporter, KQED
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