Teenage Activist (02:46)
Eighteen year old Kelsey Juliana is part of a legal movement to slow climate change.
Great March for Climate Action (03:48)
Environmental activist Juliana shares her reasons for participating in the public trust lawsuit; her friends support her but do not join the cause.
Public Trust Doctrine (01:51)
Juliana responds to the notion that corporate lobbyists have captured government agencies that should protect natural resources.
Social and Environmental Justice (03:21)
Juliana was disappointed but not shocked when the first judge did not feel compelled to protect vital natural resources. The court of appeals sent the case back to the trial court.
Landowners' Rights (02:24)
Juliana comments on the importance of voting but notes that it is only one way to be heard; average American citizens inspire her.
Where Are the Youth? (02:24)
Juliana explains why she is participating in the Great Climate March rather than going to college-activism can be uncomfortable.
Being Green is Not Enough (01:23)
Juliana describes changes people can make to help the environment. Laws to limit emissions and promote renewable energy are vital.
Why Care About Climate Change? (03:39)
Juliana discusses ethical, moral, and selfish reasons to care about global warming.
Thoughts on Climate Change (02:09)
Moyers shares his final thoughts on global warming and the Great March for Action.
Credits: Moyers & Company: Climate Change—The Next Generation (01:35)
Credits: Moyers & Company: Climate Change—The Next Generation
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