Your Call: How young people are reshaping the environmental movement

Jan 2, 2018

On the first Your Call of 2018, we'll be joined by a panel of young environmental activists from around the Bay Area to discuss the state of the environmental movement.  How are they connecting global crises with local action? What did they accomplish in 2017 and what's at the top of their agenda for the new year?


Kyle Lemle, founder and co-director of the Thrive Choir

Daisy Romero, member of the Local Governments for Sustainability

Seth Alston, environmental activist with a fossil fuel divestment campaign


Web Resources:

Lead to Life

Washington Post: The most consequential environmental stories of 2017

Local Governments for Sustainability: Daisy Romero Brings Youth Voice to COP23

Davis Enterprise: Student group applauds news that UC will divest $150M in fossil fuels

Daily Nexus: Chancellor Yang Agrees To Endorse $3 Billion UC Divestment From Fossil Fuels After 72-Hour Sit-In