Celebrate the launch of the Youth Think Climate (YTC) website with us! YTC is an international magazine focused on sharing youth stories surrounding the climate crisis. After the much-awaited release of the third edition focusing on Earth Month, which followed up the previous two editions on Climate Denial and Climate Justice, we have now launched our very own website: https://www.youththinkclimate.org.
There, you can find all of our magazine editions, highlights from them (such as interviews from Vic Barrett and Katherine Quaid), our blog, information on how to get involved, and more. The website will enable YTC to post content in between magazine editions, including our thoughts on topics not limited to the themes of our magazines.
Look out for the next issue!
The YTC team firmly believes education is critical to evoking progress and represents the root of an equitable future. After the publication of YTC’s first edition on climate change denial, the team expanded from 6 to 16 Action for the Climate Emergency fellows and Youth Action Network members.
Want to read more? Check out the ACE Blog.
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