Motivated or Manipulated? Rise of Youth Climate Activism Fuels Alarm over Exploitation

The Washington Times cited Senior Fellow Christopher C. Horner on youth climate activism.

Competitive Enterprise Institute senior fellow Christopher C. Horner, who obtained the emails via an open-records request with the University of Oregon, said the presentation contained in the email is more evidence that students have been used as props.

“It turns out that the frenzied street theater of children’s marches and schoolkids’ strikes was laid out behind closed doors years ago, at the organizational meeting of what became a climate litigation industry,” Mr. Horner said in an email.

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