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Gift Guide: Inspiring Books About Climate Change

Gift Guide: Inspiring Books About Climate Change

When you imagine the winter holidays, you might think of gathering with people you love, favorite foods, or colorful lights. You probably don’t think of curling up with a good book on climate change. You definitely don’t think about gifting your loved ones the latest treatise on how we’re all doomed. But what if there was some good news about the […]

Gift Guide: Climate Change Books for Kids & Teens

Gift Guide: Climate Change Books for Kids & Teens

Young people are experiencing climate change to a greater extent than any previous generation. It’s hard to imagine what the climate will be like when they are senior adults. Although this is a very daunting topic, the adults of tomorrow must understand climate change causes, challenges, and solutions. Fortunately, there are numerous children’s books exploring the topic. If you’re looking […]

Scrap University Kids Makes Recycling Fun & Easy

Scrap University Kids Makes Recycling Fun & Easy

We have a big problem with metal recycling in the United States. Metal is easy to recycle, but so many people don’t know where to recycle it. So instead, metal ends up in garbage cans, on the side of the road, and in the ocean.  Did you know that only 45% of aluminum beverage cans are recycled in the United […]

Plastic-Free Reading

Plastic-Free Reading

Plastic is one of the most pressing environmental problems we face today. It’s a factor in climate change and the primary culprit in forming the garbage gyres polluting the ocean. Microplastics bioaccumulate, presenting a looming threat whose impacts on human health remain unknown – which makes it especially scary for parents of small children. As individuals, we can try to […]

Earth911 Podcast: Yoram Bauman on the Cartoon Introduction to Climate Change

Earth911 Podcast: Yoram Bauman on the Cartoon Introduction to Climate Change

Yoram Bauman is the world’s only standup economist as well as co-author, with illustrator Grady Klein, of the second edition of The Cartoon Introduction to Climate Change. He also co-created cartoon introductions to economics, calculus, and digital ethics. Climate change is profoundly serious and becomes more disturbing with every report of extreme weather and record-breaking heat domes. But The Cartoon […]

Beach Reads to Finish Before the Ocean Rises: Intro to Cli-Fi

Beach Reads to Finish Before the Ocean Rises: Intro to Cli-Fi

They say the popularity of zombie movies is linked to a growing unease with the state of the world. But some authors are addressing the problem more directly. The term “cli-fi” was coined around 2006 by journalist Dan Bloom to refer to any work of fiction in which climate change and its effects are central to the plot. As genres […]

12 Earth-Focused Books To Add to Your Summer Reading List

12 Earth-Focused Books To Add to Your Summer Reading List

Whether you’re vacationing, on a school break, or just kicking back in the yard, warm weather and a good book go hand-in-hand. We’ve rounded up a dozen Earth-focused books that offer instruction, inspiration, and engaging stories to add to your summer reading list. Earth911 teams up with affiliate marketing partners to help fund our Recycling Directory. If you purchase an item through […]

12 Kids’ Books for Eco-Themed Summer Reading

12 Kids’ Books for Eco-Themed Summer Reading

Summer break from school is nearly upon us! It’s time for library summer reading challenges and lazy days in the shade reading a book with the kiddos. It’s also a great time for helping your children connect with the beauty of nature and learn about how our planet works. These eco-themed books focus on kindness to the environment and learning […]

We Earthlings: Do This Before Recycling Your Hardback Books

We Earthlings: Do This Before Recycling Your Hardback Books

If you have an old hardback book that you no longer want and are unable to donate, remove the cover before sending the paper pages for recycling. But recycling books should always be a last resort. The best thing to do with books you don’t want anymore is to give them away so others can read them. A variety of […]

Little Free Libraries Promote the Sharing Economy

Little Free Libraries Promote the Sharing Economy

The sharing economy has grown significantly in recent years with everything from ride-sharing and bike-sharing programs to community tool libraries cropping up across the country. Participants in this new economy choose to buy less and consequently produce less waste, while at the same time engaging with their communities. Libraries are a centuries-old example of the sharing economy, but since 2009, […]

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