The only way to get to millions, billions, TRILLIONS of trees is by starting with that very first sapling. Learn how ecosystems thrive not only on the number of trees but also the diversity of those planted. Ages 3 and up.
This book is filled with inspiring stories of young climate activists from around the globe and encourages all of us not to be complacent with current climate atrocities. There is much to be done and the time to act is now. Ages 12 and up.
This beautiful story likens how we treat our Earth to how we, as humans, treat each other. The gorgeous illustrations show us all the beauty of our Earth, juxtaposed with images of human development and destruction. Ages 4 and up.
Adapted from a speech given at the United Nations in 2012 by the President of Uruguay, José Mujica, urging all people to reassess their attachment to things that aren't necessities, which are taking over our lives and hurting our planet. Ages 4 and up.
Mind-blowing facts about how much humans rely on plastic and the detrimental effects it has on our health and the long-term health of our world. This book will make you think twice about using plastic. Are you ready to accept the challenge? Ages 4 and up.
Profiles 12 kids who have had an impact on the environment, from a Canadian girl who gave a major speech, to a Malawian boy who brought electricity to his village, to a Chinese boy who works to keep endangered animals from the market. Ages 6 and up.
Marking the 30th anniversary of the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska, this book highlights the aftermath of this far-reaching disaster and introduces us to alternative energy sources that can lessen our dependence on oil. Ages 4 and up.