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New Yale Survey Results Questions

A report entitled The Climate Generation; Survey Analysis of the Perceptions and Beliefs of Young Americans, was released today from the Yale Project on Climate Change. The report puts into question “… conventional wisdom [that] holds that young Americans, growing up in a world of ever more certain scientific evidence, increasing news attention, alarming entertainment […]

The Best of Copenhagen & UNFCCC

With negotiations well underway here in Copenhagen, it’s time to do a recap of some of the many events that have happened thus far. How better to do that than through a short photo-essay? Please enjoy the following, and for more photos check out our Will Steger Foundation flickr site. Here’s a look at our […]

R to the Evolution

Revolution never come with a warning. Revolution never send you an omen. Revolution just arrives like the morning, ring the alarm time to wake up this morning. ~Michael Franti & Spearhead   With just a few short weeks & a few long days before landing at the climate movement’s ground zero, I feel like a […]

The Power of Broad Representation- Locally and Abroad

Governments need to start looking at Grand Rapids, MI for new ways to engage citizens in local politics. This week I gave a presentation to Mayor Heartwell’s Youth Council and Youth Commission, a group of about 20 middle and high school students that have been agents of change in their community. These young people follow […]