Over the course of October, the youth climate movement is launching 100 actions across the country, trying to move college campuses and local communities to 100 percent clean energy solutions. Last weekend, over 200 hundred people from across Virginia converged in Blacksburg for Virginia Power Shift, calling on Virginia Tech to shut down its coal plant. “We must draw a line in the sand: No more dirty air and no more dirty water. Energy should not cost lives,” says Jordan Lindsay, a student from Michigan State University.
Power Shift Launches 100 Actions For 100 Percent Clean Energy