Report: EPA Youth Advisors Urge Agency to Act on Climate Change

A draft EPA report recommends ways to engage young people on climate and environmental justice.

In a draft report—prepared for EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt and other agency officials—a group of outside advisers calls on the Trump administration to take action on climate change and offers tips on how to engage young Americans on the issue.

“Despite the urgency of climate change, political will at the national level has lagged behind or been outright captured by the powerful interests opposed to bold and just solutions offered by young people, desperate to defend their future rights to a clean and healthy planet,” wrote the Youth Perspectives on Climate Change Work Group.

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