First there were the producers of “Years of Living Dangerously”, who wanted to end their ground-breaking documentary on an optimistic note. Next, President Obama and the First Lady invited former EDF Climate Corps fellow Tyrone Davis to the State of the Union address.
It seems like everyone is coming to EDF Climate Corps to find that one, important ray of hope when talking about climate change. Could we be onto something here?
The answer is yes. EDF Climate Corps does represent hope for a more environmentally secure future. Why? Because we are tapping into the country’s brightest and most passionate graduate students to create a ripple effect of environmental change in the corporate sector, in cities, and in universities. This is the generation that will change the planet with a new approach to leadership that balances profitability with sustainability. President Obama said it nice and loud, “The debate is settled. Climate change is a fact.” The new generation of leaders understand that we need to find ways to provide goods, food and services for an exploding population without decimating our planet. They’ve got the passion. EDF gives them the tools. Now they’re getting the exposure they deserve.
Case in point:
We are all incredibly proud of Tyrone’s work and the well-earned attention he has brought to the next generation of leaders.
Look for “Years of Living Dangerously” to debut on April 13th at 10pm on Showtime.