By Jenifer Hernandez, age 10 Imagine a world where there are no animals. Without them, would humans even survive? A 2022 report published by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystems Services found that billions of people rely on around 50,000 wild species of animals and plants for their food, medicine and income. How …
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By Shanti Hubbard-Bennett, age 12 Six years ago, one of my mom’s closest friends lost his home and had nowhere to go. I felt sad for him and worried about my own family. In December, on her first day as mayor of Los Angeles, Karen Bass declared a state of emergency on houselessness. In the …
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