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The Work

Climate change sits in my gut like stones in the pockets of my clothes pulling me under water after I have jumped in. I must deliberately work to remove each stone, examine it, determine its weight. Climate change is like a shadow constantly following me– sometimes revealed by a burst of sun– lengthening and growing […]

Audio Story: Bedtime Stories of the Khmer Americans

Liz is currently supporting Climate Generation as our Programs Intern. Liz shares the bedtime stories her parents told her as a child of their experience surviving under the Khmer Rouge regime and the resolve that has allowed her to find today. https://media.climategen.org/20200331-climate-story-Liz-Lat-Bedtime-stories-of-the-Khmer-Americans.mp3  

Calming the Waves

My childhood bedroom had pastel yellow walls with blue hand-painted stars sprinkled across the slanted ceilings, a remnant from its previous resident. At night I would lie in bed, tracing the outlines of stars with my eyes that I could just barely make out through the moonlight streaming in from a small window. Growing up, […]

My Climate Story: Ben Santer

By Greg Dalton September 17, 2019 This story was originally published on the Climate One podcast. We’re proud to have Ben Santer as a member of Climate Generation’s Advisory Board. https://media.climategen.org/20190917-climateone-cc_20190917_cl1_Ben%20Santer_Podcast_FINAL.mp3   This special episode is part of the My Climate Story series, published in partnership with Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 250 news […]