By Chris Sikich , chris.sikich@indystar.com Carmel is taking on climate change. The City Council unanimously approved a resolution Monday to measure  citywide emissions and work toward reducing them. The Carrmel Green Initiative and the Carmel Promise Project worked with city leaders to pass the resolution in what ultimately was a youth-led effort. Six...

By Janis Mara, Marin Independent Journal San Rafael got a B on a climate report card from students in the Marin School of Environmental Leadership at Terra Linda High School, who called the city’s efforts “a good start.” Sophomores Ana Ostrovsky, Cameron Evans, Hayden Nuyens, Julian Olson,...

Apathy. It is something that challenges all of us climate activists in our work, in our communication with those outside of our community. It is our greatest enemy, so incredibly difficult to overcome. Apathy. How does one get others to care about our planet? Our...

Written by Frank Jossi Officials in a Minneapolis suburb adopted an aggressive greenhouse-gas-reduction policy last month that was brought forth by a group of local high schoolers who are part of a national climate change movement. Drafted by iMatter, a national youth-led group, the resolution aims for net-zero emissions by...