A delightful take on the most serious subject of our times. A must read for youngsters and all those concerned about the future of our youngsters
Christiana Figueres, Former Exec Secretary of the UNFCCC
“This is an excellent guide that is full of colour and charm, a great way to teach children about climate change and inspire a new generation of climate leaders.”
Sean Mallon, Climate Change Specialist, WWF-UK
"There’s so much in this book. Facts, statistics, illustrations, and alternatives, but most importantly it is packed with hope. This is the book the world really needs."
Benjamin Zephaniah, writer and poet
“Every home and school needs this book!”
Nicola Davies, children’s author
"This beautiful, accessible and inspiring book should be available for every child."
Caroline Lucas - Green MP for Brighton Pavilion
I have poured everything I have learnt from 20 years of working on sustainability and regeneration, into this non-fiction book for 8-12 year olds about climate change. I have included the facts, lots of innovative ideas about what we can all do about them, and some of the amazing things young changemakers around the globe are doing. My aim with this book is to inspire and excite young readers about what their future can look like, and their part in that. One tree will be planted for every book sold in the UK and I am using all of my profits from the book to share the book with as many schools as possible by working with Jane Goodall’s Roots and Shoots, Kids against Plastic, Climate Impact Project, Ecoschools, WWF and many other amazing climate education charities. (I will also share links to the right pages on their sites in due course)
Dr Jane Goodall DBE, Founder the Jane Goodall Institute & UN Messenger of Peace
Margaret Land,St. Margaret Clitherow Catholic Academy Trust.