Episode

Alec Loorz, 17 Sues US Govt Over Climate Change

May 17, 2012

Alec Loorz, high school senior, climate activist and founder of Kids vs. Global Warming began speaking out at 12 yrs old.  Now he’s the lead plaintiff in ground breaking suit against the government.  He talks about his work, basis for the lawsuit and how youth across the country are responding.  In the better half, big victory for plaintiffs in case against NDAA, TED blocks billionaire speech, student strikes in Quebec and more.  Your calls and IMs.

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