National Public Radio recently featured Agent of Change Kelley Greenman in its series profiling people working on global warming. Kelley served as a delegate to Bali and will be a delegation leader to the Commission on Sustainable Development in May. A recent recipient of the Truman and Udall awards, Kelley also spoke about her accomplishments and involvement with SustainUS to her school newspaper.
UPDATE: Juan Hoffmaister, a SustainUS policy advisor and former Agent of Change was also featured on NPR's Climate Connections series. In an interview, article, and audio slideshow, Juan discusses his travels around the world researching areas affected by environmental challenges tied to climate change. Juan also blogs about his travels on ChangingClimates.info.
April 18, 2008: SustainUS issues a response to President Bush's Rose Garden speech on climate. Click here to read it.
WGN Radio Chicago featured SustainUS's involvement in the Clinton Global Initiative University launch. WGN interviewed SustainUS Treasurer Kyle Gracey about his involvement in CGI U and SustainUS's work.
Our delegation to the 16th Session of the UN Commission on Sustainable Development has been selected. Click here for bios and pictures of our delegates!
Recognizing SustainUS's work in advancing youth sustainable development advocacy, the Clinton Global Initiative has selected SustainUS to participate in its inaugural Clinton Global Initiative University meeting, March 14-16 at Tulane University! Kyle Gracey will represent SustainUS there, where students from across the country will come to make commitments to addressing national and international needs in four areas: energy and climate change, poverty, human rights and peace, and global health.