Youth Around the World Confront the Climate Emergency and Present Sustainable Solutions

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In the new Planet Classroom podcast, youth describe how technology, ingenuity, individual commitment and action will address the climate emergency.

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Eric Simon, Director of the documentary, What to Do About Climate Disruption, now showing on the Planet Classroom Network YouTube Channel, kicks off the new Planet Classroom podcast with a call to action for everyone to play their role in attacking the climate emergency, empowered by their areas of expertise and passion.

Eloise, a student living in Paris, believes “we must all act on a daily basis through simple actions that may seem trivial but which are essential.” Ashlyn from the United States says young people interested in STEM should “pursue a career that’s dedicated to developing green technology.” Anant from India wants young people to form a deeper connection with their natural environment. “As long as our generation can bring this connection with nature, our world will be in safe hands.”

Climate change is causing increasingly disastrous effects throughout the world and threatens to undermine the future existence of every living species. How is the evolution of technology contributing to the Climate Crisis? Bao from Vietnam says that thanks to tech, “alternative solutions for fossil fuel such as electric cars, solar panels, wind energy, nuclear energy, to name a few,” are now available to solve the problem. Alex in the United States believes that ”inventing our way out of climate change is possible.” However, “it’s a question of whether people are willing to change and if people are willing to put in the effort to really make those changes a reality.”

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About The Planet Classroom Network

The Planet Classroom Network, organized by CMRubinWorld, brings together musicians, dancers, video game creators, filmmakers, learning innovators and emerging technologists from all over the world to entertain, educate and engage youth, and to provide a rich cultural experience at a time when art and learning institutions everywhere are not accessible. Curators and content contributors include Global Nomads, Global Oneness, the Martha Graham Dance Company, Commffest, KIDS FIRST!, Dream a Dream Foundation, OddWorld Inhabitants, Psyon Games, Challenge 59, LXL Ideas, Alliance for Young Artists & Writers/Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, Creative Visions Foundation, Battery Dance, SIMA Classroom, Young Voices for the Planet, Bard Conservatory, Taking It Global, Materials for the Arts, Book Creator, XTalks, NFFTY, Young People’s Chorus of New York City, The International Forum for the Literature and Culture of Peace, Art and Addiction, Ryan Wong Classroom, The Global Search for Education, Voice America, Rocketium and Brandartica. Young people from around the world played a significant role in conceptualizing, creating, and producing the network’s vision and programming.

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