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At the end of this official Thanksgiving season, we, here in the US, have (supposedly) spent time and love feeding family and friends and counting our blessings.

And yet even at the Thanksgiving feast, if you have, as I have, received email table talk “talking points” about politics, climate, health care, it’s obvious our national discontent, our inability to get along, and our collective fears about what the future may bring says we’re fully expecting an uncle Dragon  to join us at the table, pulling up a figurative chair right next to hope and change, dousing all our bountiful food and best intentions with flame throwing jibes and disagreements.

In that light, I was so glad to come across this website, launched at the beginning of this decade and focused on climate change from a global young peoples’ POV.

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Since they are the ones we’re sticking our inaction with, this is the perfect time to be gratefully reminded that the next generation does understand and still hopes. I am inspired by these films and by all that action4climate is doing.

Please take a look at a short award winner, The Violin Player:

http://ecowatch.com/2014/11/20/violin-player-climate-change/?utm_source=EcoWatch+List&utm_campaign=cb3b587d70-Top_News_11_30_2014&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_49c7d43dc9-cb3b587d70-85923545

Here’s more about connect4climate.

http://www.connect4climate.org/competition/action4climate

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