The Global TRUST Campaign—Working Across Borders
January 13, 2014
By Bradley Freedman
Blogging from Barrow
Midnight, October 4, 2013
By Julia Olson, Executive Director of Our Children's Trust
Trusting The Puzzle Pieces As They Fall Into Place
by Gordon Levitt
“Rebels and visionaries are rarely celebrated in their own time, but it is always their breakthroughs in consciousnes
Activists & Film Festivals: A Romance for the Ages
by Freyana Irani
Why would people from the Oil and Gas Industry bully 10 and 13 year old kids?
May 10, 2013
By Xiuhtezcatl Martinez
Two urgent threats: Guns, climate change
Global warming is like a loaded gun in our midst, and yet we have no plan to curb the destruction
by Julia Olson, The Register-G
The Gift of Snow
My son just asked me if there would still be snow for him to ski on when he grew up.
16-year-old Climate Advocate Speaks Out On Hurricane Sandy
Our friend and partner at WITNESS, Kelly Matheson, shared her thoughts on today's blog:
After Hurricane Sandy, Our Youth Call on Us: Be Upstanders, Not Bystanders. Vote for Climate Justice!
By Julia Olson
Co-authored with Kelly Matheson
Our Nation's Children, Calling on a President to Avert the Climate Crisis
For my whole life , the federal government has known that climate change, caused by our carbon emissions, would endanger generations
This Is A Revolution
My name is Glori Dei Filippone and I am 14 years old. I am sick of global warming.
New Mexico Judge Allows Case to Continue
Incredulity. Awe. Confusion. Disgust. Excitement.
Texas Births Atmospheric Trust Law
I was born in San Antonio, Texas on an Air Force Base.
Colorado is on Fire
My home town is burning and my family's houses are on the front lines, with searing temperatures, zero humidity and high winds fueling a climate-drive
U.S. Government Not Doing Enough to Curb Climate Change
Written by Zoe Johnson, New
Judge Deliberates on Whether to Save Earth's Atmosphere
Written by David Swanson, War is a Crime, May 1
Courage and Gratitude to those who Pursue Justice
Courage. The word that comes to mind when I think of Glori Dei Filippone, a 13-year old from Des Moines, Iowa.