Future of the Environment

A 'national service for the environment'? It could be the key to fighting climate change

Young people are prepared to fight for the planet, as recent school climate strikes have shown. Image: REUTERS/Danish Ismail

Michelle Bloor

Principal Lecturer and Environmental Programme Manager, , University of Portsmouth

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Farm machinery buried in dust drifts, South Dakota, 1936. Image: Sloan/Wikipedia
Major tree planting areas on the Great Plains region of the USA, 1933-1942. Image: U.S. Forest Service
A company of CCC youths in Texas, 1933 with segregated African American volunteers on the far right. Image: University of North Texas Libraries, CC BY-ND
Volunteers could help reintroduce species such as the beaver and conduct vital monitoring on them in the wild. Image: Flickr/OkaWenNF, CC BY

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