The Clean Energy Jobs Act passed the Senate 33-13, but is stuck in committee in the House of Delegates. What the House is contemplating, as we speak, is giving Maryland's children an excellent opportunity to understand, at a high level of intellectual achievement, how badly the elected leadership of the early 21st century mishandled the climate crisis, the worst existential threat in human history. This is the message of the growing School Strike for Climate, an international movement of schoolchildren whose most public figure is Greta Thunberg, 16, of Sweden. Ms. Thunberg has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize after drawing attention to the climate crisis by skipping school every Friday since last August to sit in protest in front of Sweden’s parliament. The movement has exploded: an estimated 1.6 million students in more than 120 countries including the U.S. left school on March 15 to protest adult inaction on the climate crisis.