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Citizens’ Climate Lobby: first impressions

Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization focused on building political will for a livable world. This basically means that they lobby members of Congress from both parties to support climate legislation; specifically the Energy Innovation Act. I got involved in CCL within the past three months. I’ve never joined a grassroots climate […]

2021

some thoughts on the new year So…2020’s over (finally). Despite the craziness of the past 365 days, I’m so grateful I launched my dream platform last year. I built a team, website, and Instagram, and spent hours researching and creating captions, graphics, and blog posts. I want 2021 to be a year of creativity and […]

Why Deforestation Matters

David Attenborough called for an immediate halt to deforestation in his Netflix documentary “A Life on Our Planet.” Let’s talk about why this is important. We all know greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide cause climate change. And as I learned in elementary school, plants “breathe in” carbon dioxide and “breathe out” oxygen. This is actually […]

Start Living Sustainably

9 ways you can start lowering your impact on the Earth today Quick disclaimer. There’s a level of privilege involved in living sustainably, especially when it comes to sustainable fashion. Although this lifestyle can save you money, buying from sustainable brands can be expensive. Protecting Planet A doesn’t shame anyone for buying from fast fashion […]

Start Here if You’re New

My name is Hannah Etienne, and I’m a junior in high school who created Protecting Planet A. It started as an environmental pageant platform, then an Instagram account, then a Girl Scout Gold Award project, then a website, and now it is all four of those things. I’ve always had a passion for protecting the […]

Rose Relief Foundation

The story of my first fundraising project Hurricane Maria was a Category 5 hurricane that devastated Dominica, St. Croix, and Puerto Rico in September 2017. With winds as fast as 174 mph and 3,057 fatalities, it’s one of the worst natural disasters in recorded history to hit those islands. Shortly after the hurricane, I did […]

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