This series has books about recycling, saving energy, saving water, and protecting nature. Each of the books defines useful environmental words, describes some of the environmental problems, and suggests actions you can take to preserve the environment.
Read about the environmental issues you can do something about. Reduce, reuse, and think about the resources you use up in your local environment. This series has a book about each of the actions people can take to change their world.
This series has books about the three R's, as well as composting, local farming, sustainable foods, alternative energies, and protecting natural resources.
This series has books about fair trade, biodegradability, and renewable and non-renewable resources. Each book explains why the topic matters to the environment, and what you can do to help.
Includes books on each different type of energy, as well as a whole volume about building a green community and one about reducing your carbon footprint.
This series has books about traveling, eating, and building green, as well as a whole volume on green ideas. Each book explores 10 ideas for making more sustainable choices in a specific field, with weblinks--videos, pictures, activities, and slide shows that you can check out online as you go through the book.
This series has three environmental books, each covering their own topic. Learn about renewable energy, sustainable cities, and ecological footprints. Each book explores five issues relating to the featured topic. Each issue outlines the problem and offers solutions for a sustainable future.
This series tackles many environmental issues, from acid rain to the hole in the ozone, and everything in between!
This biography series introduces you to Victor Wouk, inventor of the hybrid car; David Suzuki, Canadian environmental activist; and Rachel Carson, the ecologist who showed us the dangers of chemical pollutants.
Explore the water, land, and air around us. Read about the atmosphere, weather, energy sources, plants, and animals of each environmental region of the world--deserts, forests, cities, farms, ice caps, and oceans. This book even has suggestions for projects you can do or experiments for science fairs.
Help save the planet by going green! From disappearing animals to drastic droughts, the planet is in trouble and you can do something to help. Learn about conserving water, saving forests, and fighting car fumes.
This book focuses on solutions to environmental problems. It includes sections on smart technologies, innovative ideas, and environmental movements. Learn about all the people committed to saving the environment, and find a thing or two you can do to help!
Are you part of an eco-family? Check out each room of a house for what to do and what to change. From light bulbs to showerheads, learn green tips to get your family on the eco-friendly track.
Get some fun ideas about how you can help the environment. This book has lots of cool suggestions for things you could do anywhere--from your living room to your local park!
Discusses how and why the Earth's climate changes, describing the temperate climates and ice ages of the past, and the causes and effects of the changes that are occurring today.
An introduction to global warming, with full-colour photographs. This book has information on rising sea levels, ocean temperatures, and greenhouse gases, and explores the resulting problems of animal survival. Also includes standard solutions for both governments and families.
Bill Nye the science guy explores pollution in our environment and gives tips of how we can better use and protect our environment and its resources.
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Environment Canada: Water
All the information you need about the world's water supply! Includes graphs, charts, and other pictures to help you understand all the facts.
EPA Climate Change Kids Site
This site comes from the Environmental Protection Agency of the USA, and it has lots of facts about climate systems, the greenhouse effect, and things we can all do to help out the earth. Includes games and a calculator that tells you how big a difference you can make!
This site has information about the 4 R's: reduce, reuse, recycle, and rethink. There are information pages and games about using the 4 R's to manage waste, water, energy, air, and biodiversity.
EPA WaterSense Kids
This site looks at the different ways you can save water, and why water should be saved in the first place. It also includes a fun game where you have to answer water saving trivia or get eaten by water-wasting monsters! Test your water-saving skills with a quiz.
Lose Your Excuse!
Explore all the different situations where people use excuses for not being more sustainable. Find a way to make them lose their excuse! Or, play a different kind of game where you try to rescue Energy from the pesky Excuses.
World Wildlife Federation: Biodiversity 911
Learn the basics about biodiversity, then delve into all of the things that affect it, like wildlife trade, soil, forests, fisheries, toxics, and climate change. Some sections even have games, like stopping illegal wildlife smugglers!
Biological Diversity for Kids
Learn about biodiversity in depth, or check out a glossary of biodiversity terms. You can also read index cards of different animal profiles, or play biodiversity games!
Environment Canada: Species at Risk
Learn about the species at risk and their habitats in Canada. Take a quiz, or find out how reducing, reusing, and recycling can help!
Noah and Abbey must prove that the owner of the river boat their dad sank is emptying waste into the protected waters around their home.
When the family's drugstore is failing, 7th-grader Lucy tries to come up with a solution that might help the business and the environment.
In northern California, Julian Carter-Li and his friends fight to save a grove of redwoods from an investment company that plans to cut them down.
New 3rd grade teacher Mr. Granite has so many strange ideas about how to make the school eco-friendly that the students are sure he must be an alien.
Both sets of Starbuck twins can teleflash--they can communicate with their minds! When they teleflash with dolphins, they learn that someone is polluting the water.
Nancy Drew's teen vacation at an eco-resort in Costa Rica turns into one of the biggest cases of her life.
Nancy Drew and her class make a float for the Earth Day parade. When someone sabotages the float, the Clue Crew tries to find out who did it.
Grace can do a lot of things... but can she save the planet? Or at the very least, can she help her best friend Mimi get her favorite stuffed animal back?
The story of Wangari Maathai, who started the Green Belt Movement in Africa by planting trees in Kenya.
Ms. Frizzle takes her class on a magical tour to better understand climate change.
A picture book that follows the path of an empty plastic bag that has blown out of a landfill and around a small town.
After Charlie convinces Lola to recycle her old toys instead of throwing them away, Lola gets her class to help her out in a recycling competition. A picture book.
A picture book about a young girl learning that her footprint is more than the mark she leaves in the sand.