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Another World is Possible

Season 4 Episode 404 | 26m 46s

20-year-old Helena Marschall is one of Germany’s most prominent youth climate activists, having co-created Fridays for Future Germany—a branch of the youth-led climate awareness movement inspired by Greta Thunberg. Helena documents how she and fellow activists protest a mining company’s plan to bulldoze a German village and shares her passion for climate justice and the power of youth activism.

Aired: 10/31/23
Distributed nationally by American Public Television.
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Helena Marschall, 20, a climate activist, leads Germany’s environmental youth movement.
Keith Griffith III, 15, addresses mental health and builds community through beekeeping.
Diya Payal, 14, advocates for sustainable farming in India.
Diya Payal, a teen from India, explores plant biodiversity and sustainable farming.
Kentucky teen Keith Griffith III shows how beekeeping supports mental wellbeing
Tymur Tsapliienko, Ukrainian refugee, shines light on the effects of war and displacement.
Tymur Tsapliienko, Ukrainian refugee, shines light on the effects of war and displacement.
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