We’re a Teen-Led Organization Fighting Climate Change

As of May 2020, the concentration of carbon dioxide is the highest it has ever been in human history. The average wildlife population has dropped 60 percent in 40 years. Two thirds of extreme weather events within the last 20 years were caused by humans, and so much more.

What We Do

Our goal is to raise money and awareness for climate change. Money raised will be used to help our communities within New Jersey by planning beach clean ups, city gardens, and more! In any and every way possible we will to make a difference!


5 Sustainable Jewelry Shops

The fast-fashion industry has millions of consumers that buy poorly made trendy jewelry that will be thrown out after a few wears. Not only does this waste resources, but it exposes producers to toxic materials. New movements have increasingly focused on sustainability in many different industries. These new movements have raised questions about how theContinue reading 5 Sustainable Jewelry Shops


In the modern era, capitalism, a system designed for production, and climate change, an ongoing environmental battle, have a less than perfect relationship. While individual activism plays an important role in the fight against climate change, it is hard to ignore the overriding exploitation of the planet by big businesses.  Historically, capitalism has thrived offContinue reading CAPITALISM VERSUS CLIMATE CHANGE

Coral Reefs

Coral reefs are some of the world’s most complex and biodiverse ecosystems. They can be found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. Though they only cover less than one percent of the ocean’s floor, they are home to about twenty-five percent of marine life! This is significant because while they are home to manyContinue reading Coral Reefs

Water Waste

Many people live in states and regions that are suffering from drought. About 55 million people are affected by lack of water now and if trends continue by 2030, about 700 million people will be. Some of the reasons water shortages are occurring are due to global warming’s rising temperatures, as well as changing weatherContinue reading Water Waste


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The Great Barrier Reef 2000 vs. 2016

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