In a digital age where many of us spend most of our time connecting through screens and keyboards, going out into the world and participating in your community is an act of rewilding. When we connect directly with other people, face to face, we’re reconnecting with our own biology.
You do not need permission from anyone else to become an advocate for environmental and social justice; use your voice to rally other people to the cause, but remember that the conversation is always changing and evolving, just like the wild.
We know you can’t fix it all. We can’t fix it all. Systemic change across various sectors needs to happen. But your voice and your actions still matter.
Zero Hour is an intersectional movement of youth activists fighting for a livable planet for all.
Join the largest global youth movement for a planet in balance: Sunrise Movement.
Emily Atkin founded HEATED because she was pissed off about the climate crisis. Read what she’s got to say.
Women in Nature Network connects women working on the conservation and management of Earth’s natural resources.
ReForest Now can help you get involved in reforestation in Australia.
Groundwork Hudson‘s Green Team program hires teens enrolled in the Yonkers Public School system for paid environmental jobs – for many, their first real job.