05 May '11, 6pm

Time For Adults To Start Acting Like The Younger Generation

Government officials with degrees and offices in the nation’s capital can’t seem to get it together to fight global warming. So a bunch of kids who aren’t old enough to vote have decided to take the charge instead. The iMatter movement was founded three years ago by Alec Loorz, who at the time was just 13 years old, but already recognized the urgent need to fight climate change and focus on global sustainability. Between May 7th and May 14th, iMatter will hold international youth marches to raise awareness of the importance of fighting global warming. According to iMatter, these marches are “the largest ever mobilization of young people against climate change.” Organizers expect tens of thousands of people to march in the U.S. alone. Beyond the marches, the youth leaders are planning to appeal to the courts in a series of legal and administrative actions that will soon be ...

Full article: http://www.desmogblog.com/imatter-marches-worldwide-week-...

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Guest blogger Alec Loorz is a high school junior in Ventura, California. He has been a climate change activist for three y...

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