If We Don’t Indoctrinate The Kids About Climate Crisis (scam) Better, We’re Doomed

Education is free. Freedom of education shall be enjoyed under the condition fixed by law and under the supreme control of the state. Give me just one generation of youth, and I’ll transform the whole world.

Without better climate education in our schools, the climate crisis will continue to be a runaway train

Growing up less than an hour from the nation’s capital, I considered my education to be unparalleled. In fact, the county in which I attended grade school is the richest county in America. However, it wasn’t until my senior year of high school that I realized my education, and that of my fellow Americans, was severely lacking.

How? Well, while concepts such as parametric equations, rhetorical devices, civic disobedience, and more were thoroughly discussed by my teachers, there was absolutely no discussion about the climate crisis.

In fact, substantial climate education didn’t even come up till my senior year at my STEM-focused high school. See, I was fortunate enough to graduate from Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, which has been consistently ranked as the best and most rigorous high school in the United States. However, the only discussion of the climate crisis occurred near the very end of my senior year, realistically a time when the majority of graduating seniors could care less about high school. (snip)

It’s my firm belief that this is because we don’t understand nor impress upon students the urgency necessary to tackle this crisis. We are taught environmental science in a way that feels like something abstract, something that doesn’t directly affect us, but it does. It will literally injure our health and well-being for years to come if we don’t tackle the issue head-on.

And, because the beliefs of every Special Snowflake are important, you must listen to Rohan Arora, who is a patented climate and sustainability activist based in Washington, D.C. focused on the intersection of environmental issues and health disparities. He is the founder and executive director of the national environmental health organization The Community Check-Up that promotes environmental health education through outreach. Unsurprisingly, he and his partner co-founder are nags

After educating both loved ones and community members, they decided to found The Community Check-Up, a national organization focused on reducing environmental health disparities through educational empowerment and youth activism. There is so much more the climate movement needs to encompass regarding environmental health, such as environmental justice, urban planning, and more. They both hope that they can shift the climate narrative to emphasize environmental health in order to build greater momentum for the movement and truly fight for the reduction of environmental health dispariteis through actionable change.


Our work aims to reduce environmental health disparities through improving accessibility of environmental health resources and empowering youth to become environmental health warriors. With our outreach and literacy efforts, we aim to empower people in our nation to understand and educate the true importance of environmental health in the climate narrative. Our three-pronged approach focuses on raising a new generation of environmental health warriors, exposing environmental instability in our nation, and understanding the most pressing environmental health and social concerns of marginalized groups.

Weird, there’s nothing about what action people should take in their own lives. It’s almost like this is really about indoctrinating young minds into Modern Socialism.

They’ve been complaining since 1988 about coming doom, and it never seems to arrive. I wonder why?

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One Response to “If We Don’t Indoctrinate The Kids About Climate Crisis (scam) Better, We’re Doomed”

  1. formwiz says:

    This is why so many parents are looking into homeschooling.

    That and the predatory union teachers.

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