Who knows where they found them, but yesterday the BBC talked to eight well-spoken young people from around the world about environmental issues. Besides filling your heart with oodles of warmth and light, these teens — who hail from Japan, India, Ecuador, Kenya, the U.K., and the U.S. — will probably also make you feel kind of lazy and dumb. They talk about poverty and free trade and sustainability, and describe starting a recycling program, serving as a representative for the U.N. Environment Program, and running a project for street children. Even the kid from the U.S., a country not known for molding the keenest minds, sounds like he knows what he’s talking about. Although, curiously, he does use the word “advert.”