Two Green Leaves

Climate Change from the Affected Generation

Join our Social Movement 23 April 2016

We are trying to start a social movement. To help, please download and print this file and write what you are doing to help stop climate change. Next, take a picture of yourself holding the sign and upload it to your favorite social media with the tag line: #istopclimatechange Finally, let us know by comment or by clicking "Contact Us" and help spread the word!

Earth Day at Duniway 23 April 2016

     In fifth grade Jeremy and I both went to Duniway Elementary School and today we came back there to speak about climate change directly to the kids and their parents. Jeremy and I had two big projects that we brought there and both were duable for students and kids.

My Interview with Charlie and Jeremy 21 April 2016

     My name is Atticus Tong and I’m 10 years old. I learn Chinese at The International School. I could have learned Spanish or Japanese but I choose Chinese because my mom is Chinese. In 5th grade you go on something called Capstone. Capstone is a trip to a country where the language you are studying is spoken. A few weeks ago I came back from China. In China we went to Shanghai, Suzhou, Xi’an and Beijing. In Suzhou I stayed with a family for a week and went to school with their son. My favorite thing was the terracotta warriors because I’ve never seen so many statues before and that they represented a big part of Chinese history. The thing I didn't like about China was the pollution, we had to wear masks many times because of the smog.

Advice From Obama’s Senior Adviser on Climate 17 April 2016

I had the opportunity to speak with Mr. Deese, President Obama’s Senior Adviser on Climate on Friday. I asked him how kids (that’s you and me!) can help move the Paris Agreement forward in America, and in other countries too. Here is some advice from a professional:

Hillary or Bernie? 31 March 2016

Currently, the primary’s of the presidential election are occurring, and about half of the states in America have voted. The only three candidates that believe climate change is real are Clinton, Sanders, and Kasich. We’re going to have to count Kasich out though, because his website says little to nothing about climate change, and he believes the EPA should not regulate emissions. So that brings us down to Bernie or Hillary. They both have great policies and ideas, but which one will be able to cut down on greenhouse gas emissions more? It’s a tough decision, so let’s try and break things down.