Where to find out more about climate change:
To understand more about the climate crisis and look for more ways to make an impact in the fight against climate change, we suggest these as great places to start:
For climate change information, look up these organisations:
- The Climate Coalition - we have partnered with The Climate Coalition in making Tree World for The Great Big Green Week and they have supported us in creating our new range of Climate Change Resources. They are the UK’s largest group of people dedicated to action against climate change with over 140 member organisations.
- The Energy Saving Trust gives advice on making energy efficiencies, reducing carbon emissions and lowering energy bills.
- WWF have a wealth of information, advice and resources available on conservation and climate change.
- Greenpeace gives lots of detail around the challenges we face in tackling climate change.
- The International Unions for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) also has lots of interesting and useful information.
Other ways to understand climate change and be inspired:
- Join groups on social media for advice and inspiration on making small changes - The Lazy Environmentalists for instance.
- There are many great books that make you think about the subject - The Lorax by Dr. Seuss is a great book for children (adults too!)
- Watch documentaries and climate-related films - BBC Saving Planet series, David Attenborough documentaries, Ice Age: The Meltdown is great for children.
- Follow activists and thought leaders in this area, such as Greta Thunberg.
- Nasa Global Climate Change includes lots of interactive features to understand the vital signs of the planet.
Can you avoid a climate crisis?
We challenge you to create a balanced planet where Beeples can happily co-exist with Tree World’s flora and fauna!
Developed for The Great Big Green Week last year and now improved with more extreme weather conditions, this fun game is a brilliant way to introduce children to the carbon cycle, carbon emissions and the need for action against the climate crisis.
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