Gertrude Noden, Maggie McCurdy, Elisabeth Gardner, Georgia Mechalke Dec. 22 by WRFIhumanrightsshow published on 2017-12-26T16:55:43Z Gertrude Noden is a human rights educator, who is mentoring students at Trumansburg High School, among them Georgia Mechalke, Maggie McCurdy and Elizabeth Gardner. They are doing research on Climate Change, which is the 13th UN Sustainable Development Goal. The three focus areas are migrations, policy change and science-based facts. The students talk about their research and the difficulties of engaging climate change deniers. They will be attending the Youth Leadership Conference at the United Nations in February 2018. We also discuss the impact climate change is having in different areas around the world. Lastly, we reflect on what we as individuals can do, for example adjusting our diet so that we consume less meat.