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Young Voters Rank Climate #1 Voting Issue, Will the Political Parties Take Note?

Young Voters Rank Climate #1 Voting Issue, Will the Political Parties Take Note?

The issue that young American voters care about most is climate change, according to a new study by the Cause and Social Influence Initiative.

But are Democrats doing all that they can to convince these voters that their party will truly make climate action a priority?

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Millennials Week Recap

Millennials Week Recap

We wanted to thank all of our interviewees this week for their thoughtful answers about why they’re fighting for our planet and more equitable circumstances for all people. This generation often gets accused of being entitled and self-centered but this interview series has shown that the challenges they’re actively trying to solve are not only […]

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Millennials Opt to Rent Their Clothes, Forcing Change in the Fashion Industry

Millennials Opt to Rent Their Clothes, Forcing Change in the Fashion Industry

Clothing rental services like Rent the Runway and Le Tote are growing in popularity and an increasing number of retailers are introducing these options to reflect the way Millennials and GenZ customers are choosing to purchase (or not purchase) clothes. Rather than owning clothing that goes out of style in a season or two, renting […]

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For Millennials, the Climate Crisis Is An Area of Bipartisan Agreement

For Millennials, the Climate Crisis Is An Area of Bipartisan Agreement

Millennial voters do not agree on all issues, but one issue on which Millennial conservatives and liberals do see eye to eye is climate change. Climate change is increasingly bridging the Republican-Democrat divide as it moves behind politics and emerges as a human issue.

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Reality is Shaping Millennials’ Views on Climate Politics

Reality is Shaping Millennials’ Views on Climate Politics

Younger generations are prioritizing climate change as a political issue regardless of political affiliation, despite the fact that older generations have always considered it “second-tier.” Millennials are not only hearing and learning more about the impacts of climate change – they are feeling its consequences in their everyday lives. They view climate change as an […]

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Climate Crisis Is Impacting How Millennials Think About Having Kids

Climate Crisis Is Impacting How Millennials Think About Having Kids

By Alexandra Patel For the first time in history, people who want to have kids are having to face the hard truth that the world is undoubtedly going to be a worse place for their children because of climate change. The cascading effects of global warming, rising sea levels, and diminishing resources, while important issues […]

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Millennials Putting Their Money Where Their Mouths Are

Millennials Putting Their Money Where Their Mouths Are

 As NBC News explained, “ESG investing” (environmental, social and governance), “SRI” (socially responsible investing), “CSR investing” (corporate social responsibility) or simply “impact investing,” is a concept has been around for years, but Millennials are charting new territory when it comes to doing good with their money. A rising group of Millennials is changing the way […]

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Climate Change Is Impacting Millennial Consumer Habits

Climate Change Is Impacting Millennial Consumer Habits

About half of Millennials say they research brands before buying and actively look for more sustainable practices in their consumerism. This is causing drastic changes in the consumer market – all the way from food manufacturing to the luxury goods industry.

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Pets Increasingly Getting Their Due Thanks To Millennials

Pets Increasingly Getting Their Due Thanks To Millennials

Millennials are much more likely to enjoy their job and want to stay if they are allowed to bring their pets to work, according to a recent survey by Nationwide Insurance.  And a millennial who sued the Meeker Housing Authority in Denver, Colorado for violating the federal rights of tenants with disabilities by charging a fee for companion animals recently agreed to settle his case against the authority for nearly $1 million.  Millennials are increasingly forcing a change in U.S. society’s attitudes toward pets.  

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IFAW Turns 50 And Gets A New Look

Now, having grown and thrived through the decades, IFAW is making changes in the hope of attracting the next generation of environmentalists at this critical moment for species and the planet.  As the UN Extinction Report that was released on Monday makes clear, educating people who have come of age in the new millennium and inspiring them to take action is crucial to saving animals, people, and the planet going forward.

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A Millennial’s Call for Bold Climate Action

A Millennial’s Call for Bold Climate Action

By Miro Korenha, Founder and Publisher of Our Daily Planet To baby boomers and older generations concern for the environment might seem like an admirable quality, but to Millennials like me, it’s a life or death matter. To me personally, it means that aside from all the broader geopolitical implications, my precious small hometown of […]

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