- Fighting climate change must be an intergenerational conversation (Michael A. Smyer -USA Today)
- Kids, it’s time to give your parents ‘the talk.’ Not that one, the one on climate change (Michael A. Smyer – Aberdeen News)
- Check out the Good Energy Playbook and their Our Possible Futures: Maria’s Two Worlds interactive article
- Ok, Climate Change: Can Four Generations of Environmentalists Agree on Just About Anything?
- A guide created by the NRDC to Talking With Kids of All Ages About Climate Change or their article on How to Argue with People You Know and Love—IRL
- Bridging Faith and Social Justice Across Generations, Stanford Social Innovation Review
- How two generations are fighting climate change by focusing on finance and age
FOR ALL AGES
IDENTIFIES AS YOUNGER
- First and foremost, make sure you are registered to vote! Consider becoming a driving volunteer and riding voters who need help getting to the polls.
- If you’re a student or a member of an academic institution, consider checking our campaign’s Climate Action In Practice section of our Educators Kit.
- Using this guide or other similar resources, talk to your parents and the other adults around you about your feelings about climate.
IDENTIFIES AS OLDER
We need AARP and its 38 million older voters across the partisan spectrum to join the climate fight. If you are a member, please sign onto this petition asking AARP’s leadership to act urgently on climate.
• Consider participating on Third Act’s Senior to Senior: Intergenerational voter registration