Do you love movies? Do you care about the planet? Then check out the “Young Voices for the Planet Film Series.” The film series features kids making a difference by shrinking the carbon footprints of their homes, schools and communities. To watch true stories of youth fighting climate change, such as “Kids vs Global Warming” and “Olivia’s Birds and the Oil Spill,” click here!
Want more media by and about young people addressing climate change? Then check out Unite for Climate’s media page, where they have articles, pictures, audio files and videos produced by young members of the Unite for Climate community. They describe themselves as being about “youth powered solutions,” and say that “Unite for Climate is your entry point into the world of youth action on climate change. You can join the community, participate in global campaigns, and learn more about ways to get involved in addressing climate change.”
Do you think media is an important tool for youth taking action to address climate change? Have you used movies, music, podcasts or any other type of media to get an important message about the environment across?
**Don’t forget to check out our brand new guest blog on Friday! Our guest blogger is Rebecca Anderson, lead scientist for the Alliance for Climate Education, which goes to high schools around America using an amazing multi-media presentation to teach young people about climate change issues and what small steps they can take to help! She’s going to tell you all about her work educating people on climate change and what you can do today to take action!