A Carbon Almanac For Kids

Kids can learn (and teach) about climate change from this free book. Already a hit with families and schools around the world.

We are planting trees.

Your kids can name them for free.

Click the image below to download and create your FREE gift certificate to decorate and give to the recipient.

Tell us your tree’s name by posting on social media with the hashtag #generationcarbon

You can also download our pre-made social media posts so you can rave about the recipient on social.

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Generation Carbon – The Planet – and the Grownups! – need your help!

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Celebrate Your Changemaker

Once your young changemaker finishes the eBook’s mission — to teach five adults about climate change — it’s time to celebrate their important work.

Start by downloading this certificate ➞

The Climate Quest Board Game.

Here’s a fun way to teach adults about climate change: Invite them to play a game with you.

Introducing Climate Quest, a simple board game that will lead you down the path to a net-zero future.

Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.

-Dr. Seuss, The Lorax
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