2.Making Mammoth Meals With the Zoo Chef
3.Bookworm Paradise: Kick Back in China’s Infinite Reading Space
4.The Lone Geologist Working to Save the Dead Sea
5.Saving Baby Animals With the Milk Lab
6.Stress Testing Giant Sequoias | That's Amazing
7.Smashing the Appalachian Trail Speed Record With an Ultra-Distance Legend
8.Who Needs Roads When You Can Cruise Through Canals?
9.Preserving Prehistoric Lizards With the 'Iguanero'
10.Why Japan’s Businesspeople Stopped Wearing Suits and Ties
11.Float Through Japan’s Floral Fairytale Wonderland
12.In France, This Chapel Rises From a Volcano
13.Sacred Hills: Preserving Lakota Sioux Culture in South Dakota
14.The Loneliest Tree in the World
15.Bread of the Earth: Baking with Lava
16.This Backward Snail Just Wants to Find Love
17.The Eco-Friendly Genius of 'Earthships' | That's Amazing
18.Artists of Our Natural World
19.Stranded on a Glacier in Iceland? Call This Number | That's Amazing
20.Oceanic Trouble? Summon These Aquanauts! | That's Amazing
21.The Guardians of Our Planet
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24.Photographing Liquid Mountains
25.The Life and Death Stakes of Weather in Space | That’s Amazing
On September 20, 2019, millions of young people around the world skipped school to take part in the Global Climate Strike, organized by teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg. They sent a powerful message to world leaders attending the United Nations Climate Action Summit—we need to take action to combat climate change, and we need to do it now. We followed three teenagers as they prepped to join the march for climate justice in New York City—16-year-old Sophie Anderson, 17-year-old Kiana Low and 15-year-old Alessandro Dal Bon. This is what it was like to march that day.