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Carbon-Neutral Book Empowers Kids To Protect The Environment

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Understanding some of the catastrophic effects of climate change on our planet is hard enough for adults—and it's scary for adults too. For those adults who are parents, the challenge becomes educating their kids on how humans are dangerously altering the conditions of the Earth through carbon emissions, waste, and all sorts of other pollutions. The most difficult part may be conveying any of that information while still giving them hope that things can improve. 

US climate scientist Michael E. Mann and Australian writer and illustrator Megan Herbert met in 2013 at the 101 Earth summit Reykjavik, according to Green Tumble. They decide to work together on a piece of kid lit that would be capable of both educating and inspiring the next generation.