Blog2023-12-18T01:54:28+00:00

The TikTok Ban: Losing More Than Just an App

By |April 6th, 2024|

By: Chavelle Zackery, ’23-’24 Florida Fellow From 2016 to now,  TikTok has emerged as more than just a platform for dance challenges, comedic skits, and a quick grab to fame. It has evolved into a vital tool ...

Warming Up

By |February 5th, 2024|

By: Mugdha Chiplunkar, '23-'24 Washington FellowThis year, our Washington fellows have been participating in a weekly book club.  This book club allows fellows the opportunity to dive deeper into climate justice and theories of change, ...

Reflection: NYC March to End Fossil Fuels

By |September 25th, 2023|

Last Sunday, 5 members of Our Climate MA’s team joined 20 youth from across the MA Youth Climate Coalition, 300 MA-based adult allies, and 75,000+ other protesters in the streets of New York City for ...

Transparency Op-Ed

By |August 7th, 2023|

By: Lana Taffel,  Massachusetts FellowWhen we live in a state whose values relatively align with our own, especially one that is a national leader in education, healthcare infrastructure, climate innovation, and many more progressive endeavors: ...

How to Become a Climate Activist in Your Area

By |May 28th, 2023|

By: Jane Marsh, Communications Volunteer The world watched in awe as Greta Thunberg rallied millions of people across the globe to march for climate change. Her activism didn't begin on the global stage, though — it ...

Reflecting on Florida’s Legislative Session

By |May 25th, 2023|

By: Navya Natarajan, Florida FellowDuring the 2023 legislative session, Our Climate’s Florida team advocated for clean energy and climate justice in Florida, focusing on two bills in particular: SB 178: Upgrades to Education Facilities as ...