Millennials Confront Climate Change – Part I

October 16, 2014

Millennials see environmentalism more as a value that should be incorporated into policy making rather than as an isolated public policy issue.

Editor’s Note: The Millennial Voices series is written by and for Millennials to foster nonpartisan discussion. Ben Link is a junior at American University. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.

In what’s being called “the largest mobilization against climate change in the history of the planet,” the People’s Climate March filled New York City’s streets with nearly 400,000 marchers on September 21st. Among the millennials in attendance were students representing more than 300 universities.

Source: New York Times

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