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44 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
Includes bibliographical references (page ) and index.
Everyone is affected by climate change. Reading Climate Action: What Happened and What We Can Do is the perfect introduction not only to the dramatic effects of climate change, but to the solutions. Learn how our behavior and actions have led us to this point, hear from kids around the world dealing with extreme storms, wildfires, and sea level rise, and discover what scientists, youth activists, and ordinary citizens are doing to protect their communities.
Ages 6-10. Harper
9780062943316 (trade hardcover)
0062943316 (trade hardcover)