Why Are Kids Striking Against Climate Change? (Bonus Episode)

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On March 15, 2019, tens of thousands of students around the world skipped school to protest their governments inaction on climate change. On this episode, Nate meets up with Joe Hanson, the host of It's Okay To Be Smart and Hot Mess on YouTube to talk about why this issue has become so divisive.

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