A teenage woman, Greta Thunberg, has transformed into the face that is world-famous of environment attack movement. But she is definately not alone: Thunberg has helped rally and inspire other people — especially girls.
NPR chatted to four teenage environment activists, all girls, through the U.S. And Australia, alongside their moms. These teens are juggling activism with schoolwork and individual time. And their own families are spending so much time to aid them because they grapple with all the hefty emotions that come with fighting money for hard times.
In Castlemaine, Australia, Milou Albrecht, 15, co-founded School Strike for Climate Australia, which organizes pupil walkouts. Continue reading