While interpreting climate change for children involves teaching about seemingly unending challenges, it’s important to emphasize solutions.
Your kids care about the planet too, so figure out some way to get them excited about helping to protect it…
Involving kids in green living doesn’t need to include hard conversations about human impact on the environment. Simply teach them to love nature
Given the grown-ups aren’t doing much to combat global warming, kids in the U.S. and beyond are leading the charge to save the world for their own future.
By fostering a concern for the environment and sustainable habits early, parents can raise children who will be more aware of environmental issues.
Access Land and other groups want the government to make campground availability data freely available to help more Americans access public land.
With a new strategic vision, Jonas Philanthropies is funding scalable solutions aimed at the most vulnerable and neglected, such as preventing children’s exposure to harmful environmental toxins…
Kids are affected by the same environmental hazards as adults, only they’re more vulnerable given the fact that their bodies are still developing…
There’s no time like the present to teach kids to respect their environment and be willing to stand up to protect it. Of course, any good environmental education starts at home: parents should always keep in mind that they are role models for their kids, and should act responsibly. And most schools today incorporate issues of sustainability into their curricula. But kids who want to do more can sync up with one of any number of nonprofits focused on getting young people involved with volunteering and advocacy on behalf of the environment.
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How can we do a better job of communicating the challenges of climate change to our children so they grow up to take the threat seriously?