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Students give a presentation at a construction site in South Baltimore. The student activists, who formed the group Free Your Voice, are fighting against a very different kind of danger in their neighborhood: air pollution and climate change. B.A. Parker/NPR hide caption

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Code Switch: Baltimore teens are fighting for environmental justice — and winning

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People working on climate solutions are facing a big obstacle: conspiracy theories

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Ciara Imani May founded Rebundle, a Missouri company that makes biodegradable hair extensions. Rebundle hide caption

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Any job can be a climate solutions job: Ask this teacher, electrician or beauty CEO

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Students give a presentation at a construction site in South Baltimore. The student activists, who formed the group Free Your Voice, are fighting against a very different kind of danger in their neighborhood: air pollution and climate change. B.A. Parker/NPR hide caption

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Student activists are pushing back against big polluters — and winning

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Seaweed Generation's marine biologist Duncan Smallman at the company's workshop in Glasgow, Scotland. Robert Ormerod for NPR hide caption

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A David Bowie Painting That Sold For $4 At A Thrift Store Is Now Up For Auction

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