Longstanding Global Good Awards judge and sustainability writer and campaigner Georgina Stevens has written a new book to help children understand the threat of climate change and what they can do about it.
Aimed at children aged 7-12, Climate Action (£19.99, Little Tiger Group) contains creative and fun ideas for tackling the climate crisis and tips on how children reduce their carbon footprints as well as inspiring stories of innovation and courage from young change-makers around the world.
Illustrated by Katie Rewse and with a foreword by Elizabeth Wathuti, the Kenyan climate activist and the founder of Green Generation Initiative, the book has been described by Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change as “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.”
Publisher Little Tiger has partnered with global tree planting charity TreeSisters to plant one tree for every book sold in the UK and Stevens herself will be donating 100% of her royalties to tree planting charities.
Teaching resources are available on the Little Tiger website too: https://littletiger.co.uk/resource-category/activities