Lee van der Voo

investigative journalist and author of the forthcoming book “As the World Burns: The New Generation of Activists and the Landmark Legal Fight Against Climate Change”

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Two 17-year-old activists discuss how climate change is tied to immigration and other issues; the possibility of combining this movement with Black Lives Matter; and how they feel…

How young people are transforming climate change activism

Two 17-year-old activists discuss how climate change is tied to immigration and other issues; the possibility of combining this movement with Black Lives Matter; and how they feel…

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