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There is no debate, there is only fact and fiction.

90% of young people believe what science tells us, that climate change is happening and it’s bad. Our generation knows what’s real, but if you watch the news you’d think that there is some sort of debate about climate change. So, just to be clear, here are the facts…

Did you know that we have about 10 years to make big changes before we won’t be able to stop the worst of climate change?

Big changes as in governments around the world need to create policy to reduce pollution and invest in clean energy in big enough ways to stop the most catastrophic consequences of climate disasters, including millions of people dying and tens of millions of people getting displaced, aka ”climate refugees”. What are climate disasters? Hurricanes, droughts, heat waves, food shortages, spread of disease, and major cities and countries submerged by rising sea levels.

Did you know just 100 companies are responsible for 71% of the world’s pollution that causes climate change?

These companies, the elected officials whose campaigns they fund, and the media and PR they buy, attempt to keep us debating their fiction, that climate change isn’t a problem. As if we can’t see for ourselves the hurricanes, heatwaves and droughts hitting us like never before. And this same pollution that is causing climate change is also most often emitted in poor communities, in communities of color, and in poor countries, causing higher rates of lung and heart diseases and cancer. While we are all in this fight together, people of color and the poor across the U.S. and across the world are getting hit first and worst.

We aren’t spending any time arguing the facts, we know the reality. It’s time to focus on solutions.

And the good news is, the solutions exist, and dynamic, powerful, wonderful people are working on them. They need help from more people, like you, to advance these solutions. And also we need laws and policies that will support scaling these solutions across all communities, all countries, from local to global economies.

Think 100% is bringing heroic “solutionaries” to you every week on the coolest show on climate change.

Join our co-hosts, Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr., Mustafa Santiago Ali, and Antonique Smith as they talk with the community leaders, the culture creators, the movement organizers, the clean energy innovators, the elected officials, and the business minds who are forging a path forward for us to get us off dirty energy and onto clean energy, which saves our lungs, our oceans, our air, our drinking water, and our climate.

No more is climate change a boring topic. No more is it depressing and scary. No more is it something you’d rather ignore. Think 100% is a show, an experience, and a community for sharing how exciting, inspiring, and powerful saving our climate really is.

Meet the Think 100% Co-Hosts

Grammy Nominated Singer + Actress + Activist + People’s Climate Music Ambassador

President and CEO, Hip Hop Caucus + Award Winning National Leader on Climate, Justice, and Democracy

Senior Vice President, Hip Hop Caucus + Former Director of Environmental Justice Programs at the EPA

Meet the Think 100% Co-Hosts

Grammy Nominated Singer + Actress + Activist + People’s Climate Music Ambassador

President and CEO, Hip Hop Caucus + Award Winning National Leader on Climate, Justice, and Democracy

Senior Vice President, Hip Hop Caucus + Former Director of Environmental Justice Programs at the EPA

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