10 Simple Things to Do to Celebrate Earth Day
It’s easy to be green.
By Julie Pennell
Why Activists Spent 932 Days Living in Treehouses in Appalachia
It was the longest continuous tree occupation in US history.
By Kush Bulmer
The Shocking Experience of Going to Cancer Alley
Cancer Alley is a stretch of Louisiana that is home to nearly 150 petrochemical plants.
By Sinclair McKinney
What Happened After Our Sexual Assault on Campus
“This was a problem much bigger than the two of us.”
By Mary Retta
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Greta Thunberg Was Detained by Police at a Climate Protest in Germany
The young activist was part of a group demonstrating against a coal mine expansion.
By Kathleen Walsh
Andrew Tate Comes At Greta Thunberg – And Misses
Tate tweeted bragging about his carbon emissions and Thunberg had a simple response.
By Fortesa Latifi
The Climate Emergencies We’re Not Paying Attention To
“We must talk about these more difficult stories, too.”
By Vanessa Nakate
Welcome to COP27. Thank You for Not Protesting.
At this year’s UN climate conference in Egypt, activists need permission to protest.
By Gregory Barber
Queer Brown Vegan Wants to Make the Climate Movement More Inclusive
“The environmental movement is being hijacked by corporations.”
By Mélissa Godin
TV Shows Are Finally Dealing With Plots on Climate Change
"Stories will feel outdated if they don’t acknowledge this is part of our world now.”
By Katharine Gammon
BIPOC Youth Are Gardening to Feed Their Communities
“Be aware of how far your food is traveling.”
By Sierra Lyons
The Feminist Bird Club Wants You to Know Birding Is for Everyone
We want to carve out space for young LGBTQ people of color.
By Martha Harbison and Meera Jagroop
Extreme Heat Waves Are Making Learning Impossible
“Attendance drops dramatically once our building gets hot.”
By Mary Retta
Biden's Signing the IRA. What's Actually In It?
Spoiler: A lot of compromises.
By Lexi McMenamin
A Massive Chevron Refinery Fire Created a Generation of Activists
“It felt apocalyptic, seeing the whole sky turn black.”
By Danielle Renwick
What Happens When It’s Too Hot to Work?
Millions of people have to work outside during dangerous heat waves.
By Kim Kelly
Can Young People Really Use the Courts to Stop Climate Change?
A youth-led climate case is going to trial for the first time ever.
By Ray Levy Uyeda
Kylie Jenner Is Called a ‘Climate Criminal’ for Her Private Jet Use
Apparently Kylie uses the plane for three-minute long flights.
By Teen Vogue Staff
The U.S. Navy Has Poisoned Hawaii’s Waters for Decades
Young organizers with the O’ahu Water Protectors are fighting back.
By Bronson “Kainoa” Azama
Photography by Michaela Quan
Behind the Scenes on the Fight for a Green New Deal
A new documentary, To the End, follows AOC, the Sunrise Movement and more.
By Nadja Sayej