Wednesday, December 30, 2009

The Best Eco-Inventions of 2009: Education

Climate Change Video: The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has produced a film about the reality of climate change in the Pacific island of Kiribati. The film clearly shows how people’s lives are being affected right now by rising sea waters. This powerful video shows how Climate Change is impacting people all around the world.

Children's Education Through Videos: Teachers are providing environmental education for children using videos. Videos from sites such as Green Energy TV foster awareness about what kids can do with regard to such things as the elimination of Junk Mail.

Copenhagen Conference Teacher's Website: Together, ClimateChangeEducation.Org and GlobalWarmingKids.Net are working to provide climate change education programs to educate children and provide resources to teachers.

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