Monday, October 6, 2008

EPA Climate Change Action Tools For Students

To honor Child Health Day, U.S. EPA’s Office of Children’s Health Protection and Environmental Education today launched a campaign to educate middle and high school students about climate change, its effects on children’s health, and actions teens can take to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and become Climate Ambassadors in their communities.
As part of the campaign, EPA is launching a website for middle and high school students. The website will include many tools for young people, including criteria describing how to become a Climate Ambassador, a downloadable presentation, sample proclamation and daily action steps. The website will also include links to a carbon calculator for young people and blog postings by an EPA intern.
See a Video Podcast on the new campaign.

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