Lawmakers Join Students in Global Call for Action on Climate Change

North Bay Rep. Mike Thompson and a group of Sonoma County high school students called Thursday for the passage of a resolution that would support mental health resources for young people affected by climate change-related disasters.

The event was part of a global call for action on climate change that included several demonstrations across the Bay Area, from the North Bay to the Peninsula to the East Bay.

Thompson, D-St. Helena, held a news conference Thursday with Sonoma Academy students Madigan Traversi and Giselle Perez, who are members of the Schools for Climate Action Campaign, as well as other federal legislators and climate activists.

Traversi and Perez co-authored House

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