Hi Sam, I wholeheartedly support the work and research being done by the Environmental Defense Fund. They also put out a great newsletter for members.
“Donate to the NRDC to help protect the air, land, and water from forces of pollution and corporate greed.”
And of course, there’s always the Sierra Club.
Hi Paula, Thanks for reaching out. If you’re up for it, you could organize a march for your area. Even if it is just you and a few of your neighbors, you can make an impact! The organizers of the March have information available on their site on what to do if you want to host a March.
If that’s not an option, find out what Earth Day events are happening in your area and volunteer. Often (and I suspect this year especially!), these events are focused on environmental awareness and protection and they can always use the help!
Hi Daniel, great question. I did some digging and found the resources below. I hope they’re helpful. And if there are any parents out there who’ve found other kid-friendly resources, please share them and I’ll add them below:
How to Talk to a 5-Year-Old about Climate Change – ThinkProgress
The Lorax by Dr. Seuss
The Down-to-Earth Guide to Global Warming – Scholastic
Which books deal with climate change for younger children? – The Guardian