Knowledge empowers people with our most useful tool: The ability to think and decide.
There is no power for change greater than a child discovering what he or she cares about.
Here is one example from the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Listen to David Archambault II, Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Chairman, as he addresses the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland in 2016. His goal is to garner international opposition to the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline near his reservation.
Help and Useful Links
Baltimore Yearly Meeting (BYM) Unity with Nature Committee
Quaker Earthcare Witness
Chesapeake Climate Action Network
CCAN home page: http://www.chesapeakeclimate.org/
Friends Committee on National Legislation
FCNL Energy & Environment web page: http://www.quno.org/areas-of-work/human-impacts-climate-change
Quaker United Nations Organization
QUNO climate website: http://www.quno.org/areas-of-work/human-impacts-climate-change
I'm often asked whether I believe in Global Warming.
I now just reply with the question: Do you believe in Gravity?
--Neil deGrasse Tyson