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!


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Forests

Forests are incredibly complex and important ecosystems. From providing habitats to acting as carbon sinks, they go beyond just beautiful scenery and are crucial to the environment. There are three types of forests: temperate, tropical, and boreal. Temperate forests are located at about the 25º and 50º latitudes at both hemispheres of the Earth. 25Continue reading Forests

A War against Fast Fashion

H&M, Zaful, Forever 21, Zara, Shein: Teenagers’ go-to brands are not only notorious for their stylish clothing, but also their lasting effects on the planet. For the most part, there is no ignoring the faults of these multi-million dollar companies. The cheap and cute clothes distract many from the true inside workings, factory conditions, employeeContinue reading A War against Fast Fashion

Protect the Arctic

What is Going On? Over the last few years, the state of the Arctic has fallen into deeper peril, with numerous species facing much danger. As of January 6th, the Arctic Wildlife Refuge, home to land and marine animals, hundreds of bird species, and fish, is up for sale. In December, a lease sale wasContinue reading Protect the Arctic

Christmas: A Revival

The holidays are here! Unfortunately, with it comes the chance to hurt the environment. This article shouldn’t be a slap on the wrist for all the mistakes done, but instead  an eye opener for all the things that can be done better for future holidays. With the majority of the population celebrating within the sameContinue reading Christmas: A Revival

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The Great Barrier Reef 2000 vs. 2016

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