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New Jersey Student Climate Change

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Digital Communications Specialist , Pepco Holdings
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  • Feb 10, 2021

Climate change is real and we need to prepare for a world w/ more extreme weather. The new #NJStudentClimateChallenge in partnership with @DrumthwacketNJ and @SJ_Schools encourages students to learn and develop solutions for combatting climate change. You can learn more about this challenge here:

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Matt Chester on Feb 10, 2021

This is a great sounding initiative-- not only educating kids, but turning them into advocates in their own households. The power of those conversations at the family dinner table should not be underestimated when it comes to creating behavior change across families. 

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Jim Stack on Feb 12, 2021

Kayla,  Great program. The students are our future. They don't have to follow the weak ideas of the past. They can see and make a clean efficient world that is sustainable for everyone.  Keep up the good work since these students hold our future in their hands. 

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Thank Kayla for the Post!
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