The world's a better place with EarthWorks Group's John Javna in it. He, along with his daughter, Sophie, help kids go from aware to active with simple (but inspiring) projects, tips, and little-known facts that puts a kid's own carbon footprint into perspective.
In the spirit of An Inconvenient Truth, John Javna and his 14-year-old daughter, Sophie, offer 50 environmentally inspired, kid-powered approaches to reducing waste and improving the world around us.
Each earth-saving entry begins with a "Take a Guess" question followed by an overview of "Did You Know" facts that put the topic into perspective. "What You Can Do" and "See For Yourself" sections offer encouraging tips and resources that allow children to put their knowledge into action around their homes, schools, and communities.
Written in a straightforward and approachable manner, The New 50 Simple Things Kids Can Do to Save the Earthwill link each activity with 50 different environmental groups to create special interactive projects.