About Inconvenient Youth - For Adults"Inconvenient Youth is a community of teenagers taking action to address the climate crisis."
At Inconvenient Youth, our goal is to empower young people to become environmental leaders. The climate crisis is one of the most pressing issues of our time, and we believe that teens can make a real and meaningful difference now. By providing an informational resource, a supportive community, and a venue to share ideas and take part in group action, we are creating a place for teens to explore their passions and take action for a cause inspires them. Encourage teens you know to be inconvenient!
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The Climate Project
Inconvenient Youth is an initiative of The Climate Project (TCP). The Climate Project, Al Gore's climate change leadership program, is a non-profit organization founded in June 2006. TCP's mission is to educate the public about the harmful effects of climate change and to work toward solutions at a grassroots level worldwide.
TCP has more than 3,000 diverse and dedicated volunteers internationally. These volunteers are known as TCP Presenters and have been personally trained by Mr. Gore to deliver an updated version of the slide show featured in the Academy Award-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth. TCP Presenters have delivered 70,000 presentations and have reached a combined global audience of more than 7.3 million. Presentations are customized and frequently revised to include the latest climate science and can be requested free of charge by any size group or organization. TCP's global headquarters is located in Nashville, Tennessee.
To request a presentation, click here.
Safety and Privacy
Inconvenient Youth is committed to maintaining a completely safe and secure website. Our site asks our members for personal and contact information. You can rest assured, though, that this information is never given out or made public without the consent of our members. As a social network, email information is necessary for us to activate member profiles. Members can also choose to participate in our mobile features, by giving us their cell phone number, which allows them to upload content via their mobile phones and to receive periodical text updates from us.