Maybe you’ve heard about the case Juliana v. United States in which 21 young people are suing the federal government for not protecting their right to a safe and livable climate. Well, young people all over are taking a stand against climate change. Just last week, three Valley teenagers were in Washington, D.C. with the grassroots organization Citizens Climate Lobby. They lobbied their representatives to co-sponsor a bipartisan bill that would charge fossil fuel companies a tax for their carbon dioxide emissions. It’s called the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act. I caught up with Paulina Torres, Gurleen Pannu and Emily Salazar, just outside the Capitol Building. The interview starts with Emily.