Giannella, Valentina.

We are all Greta : be inspired to save the world / Valentina Giannella ; illustrated by Manuela Marazzi. - London : Laurence King Publishing, 2019. - 128 p. : color ill.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 126-127).

My name is Greta -- Yes, we will -- Science -- Climate change -- The strong and the weak -- Sustainable development -- Fossil fuels -- Clean renewable energy -- Drinking water -- Waste and recycling -- Plastic -- Biodiversity -- Making agriculture, animal-rearing and fishing sustainable -- The diet that will heal the planet -- Living in cities -- The keys to the future -- #MyClimateAction -- Key words and sites.

Follow in the footsteps of the Swedish teenage activist and Nobel Peace Prize candidate in We Are All Greta and join the global mission to save our planet from climate change. Greta Thunberg, author of No One is too Small to Make a Difference, has directed the attention of adults and her peers alike to issues crucial to the future of the planet, and the heads of even the youngest children have been filled with questions. GLOBAL WARMING, THE GREENHOUSE EFFECT, FOSSIL FUELS - what do they all mean? What are biodiversity and sustainable development? Who is studying the changes that are taking place here on Earth? Which sources are reliable? What action can I take? We Are All Greta sets out the basic ideas required to understand climate change, explained in a scientific and accessible way and drawn from the most authoritative sources. With a chapter on key words and sites to help you understand the climate challenge and a list of websites to visit for further information, this is a book for young people, for parents, for grandparents and anyone having to answer direct and urgent questions about what must be done to protect our world.

9781786276131 1786276135

Thunberg, Greta, 2003-

Climatic changes.
Carbon dioxide mitigation.
Climatic changes -- Effect of human beings on.

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