'Green' kids in Georgia, USA tackle drought - 15 Mar 2008  
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Teens in Georgia, USA get serious about water conservation. Students at the Weber School just north of Atlanta are organizing a conservation campaign in response to a historic drought that is drying up nearby Lake Lanier and the Chattahoochee River.
They are sponsoring river clean-ups, lobbying their state legislators, and have created their own non-profit organization called the Student Ecology Movement.

Great job, eco-youths! We praise and thank you for your efforts to protect our incomparably precious natural environment. May young people the world over take inspiration from your ennobling examples.