Please join us in Kentfield, CA on April 5th at 6:30 PM to learn about how making one simple change in the choice of the car you drive can help benefit the environment and make your life easier. Featuring micro brews and snacks, a show and tell with electric vehicle owners and expert Dale Miller, President of Golden Gate Electric Vehicle Association.
We’re excited to announce the first Cool the Earth contest. San Diego area schools will be able to win rewards when they run the program this spring. Learn More!
Two polar bears and a villain named Mister or Missus Carbon walk into a school assembly . . no, this isn’t a setup for a joke . . . it’s a play.
CULLEN: “Cool The Earth is a nonprofit that teaches kids about climate change and solutions to climate change and then we empower kids to go back and start getting their parents engaged in taking climate action.”
That’s Carleen Cullen, executive director of Cool The Earth, which provides climate education to participating schools.
The play, a fable of melting icebergs, educates kindergartners to eighth graders about climate change. Then they head home with “action coupon books,” which include ways their families can reduce carbon pollution – from changing light bulbs to not wasting food.
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Parents need to know that Koda Quest – A Fingerprint Network App combines kid-safe social networking, caring for a virtual pet, and offscreen missions that ask kids to do real-life activities. The app is a collaboration between Cool the Earth, a nonprofit working to address climate change, and Fingerprint Network, an app developer.
Read entire review here.
Creative Child Magazine awards Cool the Earth’s environmental app Koda Quest — App of the Year!
See award here:
Our founder, Carleen Cullen, speaks about the importance of climate change education for young children today at the Chabot Space Center’s weekly “Future Fridays” event.