Why “you are the problem” language isn’t helping the...
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In a piece for The Progressive, Sage Lenier wrote: “Gen Z isn’t getting the education we need to survive and adapt to a climate-changed world.” She joins us to discuss the current education around climate change, the impact it has on mental health, and how we might do better.
Sage Lenier is the founder of Sustainable & Just Future, a youth-led educational nonprofit. She is also a Public Voices fellow with The OpEd Project in partnership with the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication.
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