By Elizabeth Dunbar, MPR News. Photo: Evan Frost, MPR News Spurred by residents not yet old enough to vote, two Minnesota cities have approved resolutions to reduce citywide greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2040. There's hope the idea will spread nationally in the absence of broader,...

By Frank Jossi Last month 11-year-old Olya Wright and a handful of students convinced the Grand Marais city council to adopt a “climate inheritance resolution” that could lead to a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in the tiny North Shore hamlet. Wright is a member of Nordic...

The Nordic Nature Group successfully introduced their youth climate report card to the Grand Marais City Council in conjunction with iMatter Youth Movement on February 22nd. There were 50 people in attendance at the meeting to support the youth naturalists for taking the lead on...

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...

https://soundcloud.com/idlefreeguy/hrm-idle-free-climate-action-plan-feb-9-2017 Lily Barraclough on Rick Howe radio show with Ron Zima, Idle-Free for our kids guy and Lil Macpherson, owner of The Wooden Monkey restaurant in Halifax and Dartmouth this morning about Idle-Free climate action plan and iMatter Climate Report Card....

By Hannah Daley Halifax is being presented with a climate report card. Their overall grade? C+. Two first-year King’s students, Lily Barraclough and Cameron Yetman, are part of iMatter Youth, an international organization that works to get youth involved in climate action. Part of what they do is...