Sometimes you can get lost in the maze that is the suburbs full of bright lights and the never ending amount of houses, it seems that nature is just the world’s accessory and fashion statement. I want to live in a place where nature and humans can become one with each other in a balance that you only hear from a storybook like Snow White.
Environmental organizations and clubs are important to schools, communities, and ultimately the world. They teach and inspire people from all over to reach a common goal: making Earth a better place. Through our actions, we become unified.
As youth we have a lot of radical energy pulsing through us – which society often fears and tries to suppress – but GSE is able to harness that energy and direct it in a positive and constructive way. With this we are able to stay engaged, invoke our passions, and discover our inner strength.
This past summer I participated in the Climate Challenges, Climate Solutions Internship with 11 other Berkeley High School students. We met twice a week to both learn about some of the many challenges facing our community around climate change and participate in some of the many solutions through service projects. One of my favorite moments […]
I would tell kids who say that they are not interested in climate change, that they can do little things here and there to make a difference now. Many students may be busy, but more open to action once they realize how easy it is to make a difference.