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Climate Heroes of the Month – Niwot Environmental Club

The Niwot Environmental Club is a group of passionate youth that is dedicated to making a positive impact on the planet through Climate Activism. The Environmental Club engaged in a multitude of Climate Actions throughout the 2019-2020 school year. From protesting at the Global Climate Strike at the Capital, to revamping Niwot High School’s Waste Management System, to advocating for a ban on Fracking at Boulder County Commissioner Public Meetings, the Club was constantly engaged in meaningful action.

One Year Anniversary of Youth Climate Strikes: Activism from Streets to Screen

Written by Intern Kacie Beth My name is Kacie Beth and I’m a senior at the University of Colorado Boulder and an intern at 350 Colorado. This organization has been the perfect fit as it’s further prepared me within my major, while giving a glimpse into the career path I plan to take after going to graduate school to receive an MBA in Environmental Management and Sustainable Development. 

Billionaires profit during the pandemic – at our (and the planet’s) expense 

By Sam Killmeyer During the coronavirus pandemic, billionaires have increased their net worth by $637 billion (and climbing) — while the rest of the country struggles to survive during the compound crises of COVID-10, climate change, racial injustice, and surging unemployment. Just as it’s hard to understand the vastness of the climate crisis (it’s very, very big, and very very bad), it’s also hard to understand how big a billion is.

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