Climate change weather is real and if we do not do something to combat the ever increasing temperature of the earth, storms and other extreme weather, will become a constant threat to our way of living. Read on to know more.
According to a study, children will bear the brunt of the impact of climate change because of their increased risk of health problems, malnutrition and migration.
For a child, the concept is even more abstract. But the good news is that children are receptive to new information and there are fun ways out there to make real to them how the climate is changing and what others are doing to make that happen.
American Academy of Pediatrics urges doctors and politicians to protect children from environmental threats, such as natural disasters and heat stress.
The best ways we can make sure the future is a good one is by informing our children to prepare them for the world they will inherit, and to empower them to be the change-makers of the future, here are a few ways to get you started.
The following tips and suggestions include some helpful advice on how to cover climate change with students of all ages.