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Blessed Unrest by Paul Hawken How the largest social movement in History is Restoring Grace, Justice and Beauty to the world

Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer Indigenous Wisdom and Scientific knowledge that we can learn from plants.

The Story of Stuff by Annie Leonard The Impact of Overconsumption on the Planet, Our Communities, and our health.  Also check out the short documentary found by googling the story of stuff

For the Younger and Younger at Heart Readers

Can You Hear the Trees Talking? by Peter Wohlleben  Discovering the Hidden Life of the Forest

Greta’s Story by Valentina Camerini  The Schoolgirl who went on Strike to save the planet

Start Now! You can Make a Difference by Chelsea Clinton  “Taking care of the Earth is part of caring for ourselves and one another too.”


Bag It  Is Your Life too Plastic?

Overview a 20 min film about how viewing the earth from space leads to an awareness of the interconnection within all of creation . to help clean up our oceans from plastic waste

Arbor Day Foundation for trees

Roots & Shoots, the Jane Goodall Institute’s youth-led global community action program, helps young people become the informed generation of compassionate citizens that the world urgently needs. We partner with schools, educators and youth organizations to inspire and educate young people to make a difference on an individual level.

ยท       Plant-for-the-Planet  is a group of young people world -wide that are planting trees.  Started by Felix Finkberner     Here is a small part of their mission statement: “ Trees Are Amazing!  How many trees are there in the world? Scientists from Yale and 23 other universities have been busy trying to answer this question for us kids from Plant-for-the-Planet. Just a short time ago, in September 2015, they revealed a definitive answer to this question – the earth has three trillion trees! At first glance, this seems like an enormous number. However, scientists also found out that we humans have already destroyed 46%, so almost half, of the trees that there once were. Furthermore, the study shows that we lose around 15 billion trees per year due to deforestation.”


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