I know people who think climate change is just part of the earth's cycle - or a hoax - or unconquerable. It boggles my mind that it even matters.
Think about this. When The Lorax was written, the terms "global warming" and "climate change" were not even in common usage. The campaign to keep earth livable is not new.
IT. JUST. MAKES. SENSE. TO. KEEP. OUR. HOME. CLEAN.
I don't understand climate change as well as I'd like. Here are books and book lists to help explain the effects and causes of climate change. And some that give us ideas on how we can take action.
Climate Change: Discover How It Impacts Spaceship Earth by Erin Twamley and Josh Seideman. STEM and STEAM aficianados will enjoy this illustrated guide. It includes 25 projects to increase students' and readers' understanding of the science of climate change, planetary movement, solar system....
Even Goodreads has a list of kids' books that explore climate change and pollution.
Crystal Ponti posted a list of 10 books about Climate Change over on parent.co. There is some repetition, but still a great list.
I really like Inhabitots Earth Day post. The books featured here are all about cleaning up the world. This site is well-designed, colorful and useful and the 6 books featured are accessible to even our youngest earth cleaners.
And for all you grown-ups out there.
Climate Change and Children is a report out of UNICEF that will make your eyes tear up. The Resource List offers articles and books that support UNICEF's claims. This report is for grown-ups but share it with your older students to support discussions on possible solutions.