Influence can come at any age according to a paper published by Nature Climate Change and covered by Lydia Denworth in Scientific American. According to the article, adolescents aged 10-14 educated on the effects of global climate change not only developed their own views, but also changed the views of their parents. Denworth notes that parents care about their child’s opinions and take to heart what children think because those views are generally not as impacted by political ideology. Read more here.

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