https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/e1vft6ektt.jsonp Jamie Margolin is a climate change activist in Seattle, Washington. In 2017, Margolin founded the youth climate action organization Zero Hour with Nadia Nazar when she was 15. She serves as the co-executive director of the organization. She started Zero Hour after two catalysts - the response she saw with Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and

https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/yja5wt4oto.jsonp Kimaya Mahajan (she/her) is a 15-year-old at Interlake High School. She has been involved in many social justice movements, but most notably is her role as a Washington co-state Lead for the US Youth Climate strikes. Although she always saw herself on the social justice/human rights side  of things, she recently learned just how connected climate

https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/6v06w20v54.jsonp Kimaya Mahajan (she/her) is a 15-year-old at Interlake High School. She has been involved in many social justice movements, but most notably is her role as a Washington co-state Lead for the US Youth Climate strikes. Although she always saw herself on the social justice/human rights side  of things, she recently learned just how connected climate

https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/ls8jw5p0qp.jsonp Kimaya Mahajan (she/her) is a 15-year-old at Interlake High School. She has been involved in many social justice movements, but most notably is her role as a Washington co-state Lead for the US Youth Climate strikes. Although she always saw herself on the social justice/human rights side  of things, she recently learned just how connected climate

https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/ndxas28rda.jsonp Meghna Shankar is passionate about the environment, sustainability and climate action. She has been interested in the environment for as long as she can remember, but her desire to be involved in climate action kicked off after she read Our Choice by Al Gore in 5th grade. She is currently the president of the Redmond High

https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/y1fnk9e84c.jsonp Meghna Shankar is passionate about the environment, sustainability and climate action. She has been interested in the environment for as long as she can remember, but her desire to be involved in climate action kicked off after she read Our Choice by Al Gore in 5th grade. She is currently the president of the Redmond High

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