There’s no place like the beach, but you might not realize how much fun a beach clean-up party can be—until now. You’ll be amazed at all the garbage that can wash up over time and the difference an enthusiastic group of kids can make in just a few hours. Click to read this EcoParent article to learn how to host and epic beach or shoreline clean-up party for children and teens.
5 Tips to support children and youth with their ‘Eco-Anxiety’ By Climate Journalist ANDREA KOEHLE JONES The climate crisis is causing an increase in psychological distress in children and teens around the world. One of the most devastating impacts of unchecked climate change is climate anxiety: a chronic fear of … Read more
COP27 establishes historic fund for loss and damage, led by the collective action of Global South leaders and allies and civil society For immediate release. SHARM EL-SHEIKH, EGYPT, 20 November 2022: COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh has ended with the historic creation of a United Nations loss and damage fund, directly … Read more
“It is so hopeful, especially for children and youth to learn about meaningful efforts to protect ocean biodiversity for future generations.” BOWEN ISLAND, B.C. — It was just last summer when the heat dome decimated starfish and shellfish populations up and down the BC coast. Today Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced … Read more
By perceiving trees as possessing qualities we normally ascribe to intelligence and generosity, are we more willing to protect them? “When children can relate a forest to their own friendships and family relationships, then they will better understand that forests are connected and we are connected to nature as well.”— … Read more
All over the world, authors, illustrators, teachers and librarians will read books to school students through the magic of the internet! In honour of #WRAD, Canadian children’s author + environmental education activist Andrea Koehle Jones will read her book, The Wish Trees: How Planting Trees Can Help Make the World … Read more