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Youth activists have a lot of power — and obstacles — in the fight against climate change. @xiyebastida  shares how the youth is shaping global climate conversations and how we can all be climate champions too. Listen on @ApplePodcasts :

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Here's a challenge: Take a look at your expenses for the past 6 months and categorize them. You might be surprised at the patterns you find:

When it comes to treating anxiety and depression, are we too focused on fixing just one part of the problem? Here are 2 causes of anxiety and depression that we're not talking about enough:

Humanity is facing a future of food shortages due to climate change. Here are 3 climate-friendly *and* climate-resistant sources of sustenance:

Is it possible for zoos, aquariums or wildlife management efforts to ever be ethical? Here's what humans can do to help the world's animals thrive:

Here's why playing with your kids is essential for their future success! Watch 7-year-old Molly Wright's TED Talk (created in partnership with the @SlaveryIndex  Foundation) here:

Here's how to ease into your ambitious exercise goals:

When it comes to talking about climate change, one of the best approaches can be to speak from the heart.

The first Olympics were held in 776 BC in the rural Greek town of Olympia. Here's how they became the global event we know today:

It's easy to feel exhausted or hopeless by constant news of extreme weather events and the reality of climate change. Here's one way to work through those feelings:

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“If girls grow up in a world where words like 'crazy' and 'psycho' and 'hysterical' are casually used to describe female enthusiasm, how does that shape the way those girls see themselves?” Watch@YveBlake 's full TED Talk here:

"We are tougher than we seem. We are tougher than we think. Our stories will outlive us. Let's make them good." A reflection from Neil Gaiman@neilhimself ) on the fragile but powerful resilience of humans:

paying attention > getting attention

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