For many people, delivery of goods has become a lifeline. With 90% of our shipped goods packaged in cardboard, there’s lots of cardboard boxes hanging around. Now our kids are discovering the fun of building with cardboard boxes!
With schools closed, these fun hands-on tools and activities, can help teach climate change at home.
For the health, safety, and security of our families, consider planting a garden during the coronavirus crisis.
See pictures from the Kids’ Climate Strike, where kids and teenagers from all over the world left their classrooms to demand climate action.
Learn how climate deniers and their deep pocket sponsors are trying to keep children from learning about climate change in the classroom.
Protect science is what one mom with a background at EPA and National Academy of Sciences exhorts us to do in order to protect children.
Learn about the toxic weedkiller glyphosphate, found in Roundup, that has contaminated cereal products used in school breakfast programs and in our homes.
Read about ways to get your kids involved in protecting nature and taking climate action to help prevent climatre catastrophe in their lifetimes.
Air polluted by smoke from the massive California fires reminds us of what our air could be like if we allow air pollution regulations to be rolled back.
Read about the National Science Teachers Association’s statement supporting the teaching of climate science in classrooms across the country.
An exclusive interview with Eric Sorenson, an award winning meteorologist discussing climate change and extreme weather.
Learn about research indicating that increased heat, and hotter classrooms, decreases students’ learning abilities, especially for students of color.