Green school buildings and curricula inspire increased environmental knowledge and behaviors among students, according to a study in the journal Children, Youth and Environments.
Kids could become involved in citizen science as long as the tasks are simple enough. And these projects could help children learn more about conservation issues.
The potential power of citizen science is huge: Scientists can enlist smartphone-equipped nature enthusiasts to identify species, monitor ecological trends, and submit photos and other obser
We know that nature experiences can change environmental behavior—but it turns out those experiences don’t have to be real.
We’ve been hearing for a while now how simply being around green space more can be beneficial.
It’s not all fun and games when it comes to games featuring the environment. With some green game apps, not only can you live in your world and play in it, you can learn stuff too.
Are big-screen portrayals of environmental issues actually driving children and adults to think about biodiversity or conservation in a meaningful way?
Do you know what sodium lauryl sulfate is? How about sodium laureth sulfate? It’s in a lot of the processed foods you see at the supermarket.
Children’s books pay less attention to nature
Horton heard a who and the Lorax spoke for the trees.
The lure of exotic species on the Web draws kids away from local biodiversity