Meg’s Story


Meg Arenberg


Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

How are you sensing climate change?

I will never forget my first trip to Tanzania in 2000; I was thrilled to see Mt. Kilimanjaro come into view out the window of the plane–the drama of snow-covered Kibo peak shooting out of the clouds at eye level. I’ve been back many times since but hadn’t had a good view of the mountain again until this summer (2019). When I saw the peak, my heart sank. It looked totally bare.





Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

Deveena’s Story #2

Everything is happening all around, and now it is too late to stop the ruin of our world with climate change.

Deveena’s Story #1

But little did I know, I would come to find out that my entire home state Kerala was flooded, and the flood didn’t only ruin my childhood home, but had also taken the lives of my friends and family friends back home.

Gabrielle’s Story #2

Over the past few years, I have been experiencing and noticing the appearance of climate change.

Gabrielle’s Story #1

Today was notably filled with emotion and conversation, because of the historic rainfall from Hurricane Ida the night before.

Drake’s Story

It’s tiring and draining feeling the intense heat surround and choke me.

Jack’s Story

I notice that the snow days I once treated as a frequent occurrence no longer occur so frequently anymore.

Praveen’s Story

I am sensing climate change through the environment and weather conditions around me.

Owen’s Story

I’m scared for where humans are leading this world, I’m worried about the future of our planet and our own future.

Priyanka’s Story

I feel very worried about the children, women and girls, all peoples are victims of the climate crisis.

Saskia’s Story

Through “clean” energy developments. See the recording for my full story!