Guardians of the Planet
Title Guardians of the Planet PDF eBook
Author Clive Gifford
Publisher
Pages 128
Release 2021
Genre
ISBN

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This book explains environmental issues and puts them in context, so readers can understand how their actions can make a difference to our planet.



Hot Planet
Title Hot Planet PDF eBook
Author Anna Claybourne
Publisher Hachette UK
Pages 48
Release 2020-11-19
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 1445181568

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Hot Planet offers young readers the perfect, non-alarmist introduction to Earth's climate change crisis Climate change is a new reality in today's world. From melting ice caps to forest fires, climate change is responsible for dramatic freak weather events and Earth is now warmer than it has been at any point in the last 650,000 years. Hot Planet aims to raise readers aged nine and up's awareness of the challenges of climate change in a non-alarmist, yet realistic, way. It explores what climate change is, what is believed to cause it, its current impact on the world and what might happen in the future if it progresses at current rates. It also highlights the social inequality of climate change, as richer and more industrialised countries contribute far more heavily to climate change through their energy consumption, yet poorer, less developed nations are currently much more affected by it. The book looks ahead at how we can all help combat the climate change crisis, from global changes such as investing in sustainable energy sources to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels, to green schemes such as carbon pricing, to practical solutions such as eating less meat and using public transport or cycling, rather than driving. The author, Anna Claybourne, is an award-winning science writer.



Recycled Planet
Title Recycled Planet PDF eBook
Author Anna Claybourne
Publisher Hachette UK
Pages 50
Release 2022-09-22
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 144518754X

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Recycled Planet explains to young readers how essential recycling is in today's world Recycling is part of everyday life today. From food scraps to mobile phones, recycling gives many materials a new lease of life and prevents them from polluting our planet, as well as saving energy. Recycled Planet explores the world of recycling, looking at what we recycle, how it is collected and separated and what happens during the recycling process. It also looks at new forms of recycling, from deposit schemes to repurposing, and assesses some innovations designed to make recycling more global and efficient. Simple activities encourage readers to take part in recycling themselves and to aim to recycle even more! Following on from Plastic Planet and Hot Planet, Recycled Planet will feature the same blend of illustrations and photos and a striking cover, and is written by the award-winning science author Anna Claybourne. Aimed at readers aged 9 plus.



Extinction Planet
Title Extinction Planet PDF eBook
Author Anna Claybourne
Publisher Hachette UK
Pages 50
Release 2022-09-22
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 1445187523

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Extinction Planet offers young readers a clear, insightful look at Earth's wildlife extinction crisis It is estimated that out of around eight million species on Earth, at least one million plant and animal species are threatened with extinction, and that the current rate of extinction is up to 100 times higher than in any previous mass extinction. And it's human activity that's largely responsible for this frightening decline. Extinction Planet takes a non-alarmist, but truthful, look at Earth's extinction crisis, explaining what a mass extinction is, how they occur and what their repercussions can be. It explores how, as humankind has caused this latest biodiversity crisis, we also have the solutions to slow or stop its damage, from reining in overconsumption, rewilding natural places, making farming more planet-friendly, preventing overfishing and seriously tackling climate change. It also suggests ways we can all live in a more planet-friendly way, from global changes such as investing in renewable energy sources, to individual actions such as buying sustainable products and eating less meat and fish. Following on from Plastic Planet, Hot Planet, Recycled Planet and Sustainable Planet, Extinction Planet features the same blend of illustrations and photos and a striking cover, and is written by the award-winning author Anna Claybourne. Aimed at readers aged 9 and up.



Reading Planet KS2 - How to be an Eco-Hero - Level 8: Supernova (Red+ band)
Title Reading Planet KS2 - How to be an Eco-Hero - Level 8: Supernova (Red+ band) PDF eBook
Author Anne Rooney
Publisher Hachette UK
Pages 72
Release 2020-02-24
Genre Education
ISBN 1510454543

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Why are so many animal species endangered? Why are resources like natural gas running out? What does 'global warming' actually mean? And what exactly is the problem with plastic? This book will help you bust the myths and find out what is really happening to our planet. Discover why we're experiencing more extreme weather, what is meant by your 'carbon footprint' and how YOU can help protect our precious planet. There are lots of simple ways that you can make a change and become an 'Eco-Hero'! How to be an Eco-Hero is part of the Reading Planet range of books for Stars (Lime) to Supernova (Red+) band. Children aged 7-11 will be inspired to love reading through the gripping stories and fascinating information books created by top authors. Reading Planet books have been carefully levelled to support children in becoming fluent and confident readers. Each book features useful notes and questions to support reading at home and develop comprehension skills. Reading age: 10-11 years



Ocean Plastics Problem
Title Ocean Plastics Problem PDF eBook
Author Elizabeth Pagel-Hogan
Publisher Raintree
Pages 33
Release 2022-03
Genre
ISBN 1398233935

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Fridge-opolis
Title Fridge-opolis PDF eBook
Author Melissa Coffey
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Pages 31
Release 2022-09-06
Genre Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 1499814186

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This debut picture book is a humorous introduction to recycling and composting for young readers! There is rioting, rotting, and reeking. Please send us your Lemon Fresh group! Bring all your top sponges and cleaners. Our city smells worse than . . . pea soup! In the jam-packed city of Fridge-opolis, Swiss cheese has turned moldy and bleu. The broccoli is in a bad mood downtown in the crispers. And the Eastside high-rises are full of dressings cloudy with gloom. With the city in chaos, Mayor Mayonnaise calls on Doctor Baking Soda at Undersink Labs for help. Will they be able to save Fridge-opolis from utter rancid ruin?