Greta Thunberg and the Climate Crisis (Paperback)Amy Chapman (author)
Be inspired by one of the world's most important and influential campaigners!
Discover the story of Greta, from her decision to skip school in favour of her one-person strike outside Swedish parliament, to her current role as a spearhead of an international movement. Follow her carbon-free journey across the world, where she met world leaders, addressed the UN and called out trolls. As well as this, understand her perspective on difference, such as her Asperger's being a superpower.
This book not only shows her rise and outlines her campaigning agenda but also explains in clear detail what climate change is, the damage that is happening and what we need to do to ensure the planet is habitable and sustainable for future generations. Understand the science behind the climate crisis and our responsibility to the planet - a responsibility that has been largely neglected by previous generations. This is the perfect book for aspiring climate activists age 8+.
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Number of pages: 48
Weight: 170 g
Dimensions: 248 x 188 x 14 mm
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