Hi, it’s Olivia from OMG here! With the elections finally over and an obvious mountain to climb in our efforts to help save the environment for future generations, it has become clear that now more than ever, we all need to roll up our sleeves and start getting involved. That is why as I sat down to write this article about climate change, I decided … Continue reading Global Call to Youth Around the World to Join P.O.P.
Hi! It’s Olivia from One More Generation here. Did you know that in America alone we are using over 500,000,000 plastic straws every single day? That’s right: 500 million. That’s 1.6 straws for every man, woman, and child living in this country—and the sad part is that virtually no straws ever get recycled. If you took all the straws we use in just one day, you … Continue reading Saving Our Rivers and Oceans… One Straw at a Time
Hi everybody, I hope your summer was great! Mine was. I got to spend an entire week in Maine at a Veterinarian Summer Camp… it was amazing. Anyway, now that I am settled back in school and kind of adjusted to the daily schedule, I managed to find some time to write a little article about something that is dear to my brother and me. Today I … Continue reading Endangered Species: Why Should I Care?
Ever since I was given this amazing opportunity to share stories about amazing people here on the Nat Geo Education blog, I have been blessed with meeting some incredible people who are all working hard to change the world for the better. It doesn’t matter how large the task or how hard they have to work, the people in my articles are all ready to … Continue reading Two Kids, One Year, a Lifetime of Experiences
Sometimes I feel like I am one of the luckiest people on the planet, and today is one of those days because I had the great pleasure of interviewing someone very special. Her name is Asher Jay and she is an exceptional writer, speaker, artist, and changemaker—not to mention one of the most down-to-earth people I’ve met. Her artwork can be seen all over the … Continue reading Asher Jay brings us “Hope from the Brink”