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A Miami Surfboard Salesman Turns Congressional Candidate

A Miami Surfboard Salesman Turns Congressional Candidate

As teen protesters swarmed Miami's City Hall in 2019 "with big banners and strong advocacy", their demand that the city declare a climate emergency fell on deaf ears. But one lawmaker listened: Ken Russell, the

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How Gen Z in Government are Shaping Action on Net Zero

How Gen Z in Government are Shaping Action on Net Zero

Climate change is one of the defining issues of our age and Gen Z is all too aware of the challenges posed by rising carbon emissions. Whether through adapting their lifestyle choices to supporting green

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Looking to Save the Planet? The Department of Energy Needs You

Looking to Save the Planet? The Department of Energy Needs You

The United States Department of Energy is gearing up to use its power and funding to fuel a just energy transition that supports working-class communities. To do so, it is looking to hire 1,000 more

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Are Smart Villages the Answer to Rejuvenating Rural Life in Europe?

Are Smart Villages the Answer to Rejuvenating Rural Life in Europe?

In a small village in Swedish Lapland, the snow still lies thick on the ground in late April and a nearby lake remains covered by a thin layer of ice. But two of Vuollerim’s residents

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How Government Can Nurture Policy Entrepreneurs

How Government Can Nurture Policy Entrepreneurs

Growing up in Schenectady, New York, Daniel Correa, chief executive officer of the Federation of American Scientists, a non-profit think tank that helps science and technology experts collaborate with the government on policy change, saw

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Driving Change: Shaping Tomorrow, Today.

Driving Change: Shaping Tomorrow, Today.

GEN-ZiNE, which was founded on the basis of designing media for social change and making activism accessible and digestible for regular young people, and Driving Change, which looks to inspire a commitment to public service,

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Community Building for the Great Good

Community Building for the Great Good

An Interview with Deja Foxx & GenZ Girl Gang, United States Deja Foxx is a reproductive rights activist, political strategist, first Influencer and Surrogate Strategist on U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris' presidential campaign The GenZ

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Searching for a Spark

Searching for a Spark

Cecilia Pou, Student at University of Southern California pursuing International Relations, United States  A few weeks after being accepted to the University of Southern California, I sat at my kitchen table scouring a brochure outlining all

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What Defines Good Foreign Policy? Don’t ask Henry Kissinger

What Defines Good Foreign Policy? Don’t ask Henry Kissinger

Tajwar Khandaker, Recent Graduate with a BA in International Relations USC, Foreign Policy, International Affairs, United States Five years ago, I made the unfortunate mistake of entering college as a biology major. After a year

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Public Discourse through Virality

Public Discourse through Virality

An Interview with Khalil Greene, the Gen Z Historian GEN-ZiNE:  Thank you so much for taking time to speak with us today. You've amassed quite the following across social media platforms. Could you  give us a

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