In this newsletter, read about the early stages of our California Youth Climate Policy (CYCP) Leadership Program—a new statewide youth program designed to empower high school students to enact real change in their school or district.
In this newsletter, read about the California Cohort Day, an event that gathered fifty educators in California to showcase inspiring stories of leadership and partnership on climate change and environmental justice education.
In this newsletter, we’re excited to share reflections from Li Platz and Skyla Lumbard on their experiences interning with Ten Strands, as well as how they hope their work will have a true impact on their communities and other aspiring young climate leaders.
In this newsletter, we hear from Kennesha Garg, a youth climate activist and her innovative idea to address landfill issues. We also welcome two new board members who recently joined Ten Strands.
In this newsletter, we hear from Kelley Lê, ECCLPs’ executive director, with an update on the work of the initiative over the last year, including the voices of ECCLPs committee leads, Jakobi Ewart, Linnea Beckett, and Heather Clark of the Community-Based Partner (CBP) Committee, Research Committee, and PK-12 Teaching and Learning Committee, respectively.
In this newsletter, learn how community-based organizations are key to building climate-resilient communities and environmentally literate students.
Earlier this week, Governor Gavin Newsom signed the final California State Budget for FY 2023-24 without critical investments that provide students with the opportunity to become climate and environmentally literate.
In this newsletter, the Mycelium Youth Network showcases how their work is rooted in context and knowledge of climate injustices so that students can take grassroots action in their communities.