Yet more indoctrination - where will it end?
Anna Rose, from the Australian Youth Climate Coalition, which encourages young people to take action on climate change, says these concerns often lead young people to want to do more.
"We definitely have had a lot of parents talk to us about how they've changed their habits because their kids have been pushing them," she says.
That's it - get the kids to badger the parents...
She says the green message is understood and accepted by children because, unlike their parents, who see the environment as a political football, their "future is inextricably bound up in it".
Maybe it's because children are naïve about the harsh realities of life... I am all for teaching children that we should reduce waste, save energy and care for the environment, but when children are brainwashed into believing a political ideology, that's indoctrination.
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