Youth flock to climate action

A large turnout of young people highlighted the opening July 20 of the two-week Climate Change and Health Arts Seminar at the College of the Marshall Islands. The program runs through July 31. Photo: Eve Burns.

Jo-Jikum launched its latest Climate Change and Health Arts Seminar on Monday at the College of the Marshall Islands. The seminar is engaging high school students in creating climate and health-related art through painting, poetry, traditional weaving and music.

The topics the students will learn about during the two-week program include climate impacts on food security, climate and weather, and climate change and impacts on culture.

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