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Start young and take action. Diana Vicezar, an 18-year-old social entrepreneur, tells how her passion for the environment led her to create an initiative to raise awareness about plastic pollution and animal welfare
Mymba Rayhu (Animal Love) Est-ce que la réduction des déchets vous intéresse ? Regardez cette affiche composée par l’Eco Teen Action Network pour commencer vos efforts ! Adolescents qui ont déjà implémenté des solutions aux problèmes comme la gaspillage alimentaire sont disponibles pour répondre à vos questions Eco-Teen Action Network Infographie sur la réduction des déchets dans votre école ¿Estás interesado en reducir el desperdicio en tu escuela? Vea el infográfico de Eco Teen Action Network para comenzar. Los adolescentes ecológicos que han implementado con éxito este programa en sus escuelas están disponibles para ayudarlo y responder cualquier pregunta. Eco-Teen Action Network Infográfico sobre cómo reducir el desperdicio en su escuela After a summer community service trip, teen activist, Kayla Peale, takes action against plastic pollution by focusing her efforts to implement change within her own community. She created an organization, For A Strawless Sea, based out of high school in Arlington, VA that combats single-use plastics, specifically the plastic straw. For a Strawless Sea Click here to learn more about a high schooler's journey to fight plastic pollution and reveal common misconceptions about the waste crisis. A Period of Consequences or Progress? Fridays for Future protests strive to make climate action a priority for policymakers and businesses alike Fridays for Future protests We attended the UN High-Level Political Forum with the support of the Global Co Lab Network who we represented at the United Nations and the Eco Teen Action Network. Teens attend the United Nations High Level Political Forum Food is humanity’s equalizer Contact Eco-Teen Action Network if any questions. Eco-Teen Action Network Info-graphic on how to reduce waste in your school Garreth Bartholomew and Matthew Capuano-Rizzo from Eco-Teen Action Network pose with the recyclable portion of their school-wide waste audit on April 27, 2019.
How to foster food sustainability in your school, community, and beyond!  “ In China, entrepreneurs have found a new, productive way to dispose of food scraps: feeding it to cockroaches… more” The Roach Approach to Food Waste Volunteers pose with 28 bags of trash recovered from the River Terrace Park trash trap,
Left to right: Ashley Cheung (Eco-Teen Action Network), Steve Kinzer (AWS Maintenance Engineer), Matthew Capuano-Rizzo (Eco-Teen Action Network), Zander (AWS Intern), James Foster (AWS President and CEO)
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