In the last year, teenagers around the world have captured headlines with their urgent advocacy in the streets. But the slightly older millennial generation is also coming into its own power, driving a climate revolution as business owners and elected officials. Here in Massachusetts, a group of the state’s most influential millennials is now the heart of a campaign to transition to 100 percent renewable energy by 2050.

Michelle Wu - Boston City Councilor
Ben Hellerstein- State Director for the Environment Massachusetts Research and Policy Center
Igor Kharitonenkov - Cofounder and COO of Bootstrap Compost, a Boston-based residential and commercial food scrap pick-up service