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This Kid Warrior Is Assembling a Teen Army to the Save the Planet

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By Earth Guardians

Xiuhtezcatl Martinez is not your average teenager. As youth director of the nonprofit Earth Guardians, Xiuhtezcatl (pronounced shoe-tez-cat) is leading an army of teens in more than 50 countries to demand sustainable policy from our world leaders. Through his work on the front lines of the climate change movement, he is assembling a teen army to the save the planet.

Check out his adventure in Paris during COP21 to see how youth are making an impact in the world:

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