Free Mobile App Helps Kids Fight Climate Change

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Nonprofit Cool the Earth releases the environmental app for Earth Day.

The iPad screen shows a polar bear pacing on a shrinking iceberg, but the kids aren’t watching another depressing documentary. They’re playing the free mobile game just released by the nonprofit Cool the Earth. And the bear isn’t just any endangered species but Koda, a loveable furball that kids can feed, bathe, and even accessorize with eclectic gear like a Mohawk hairdo or coconut bra.

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Jenny Jedeikin is a professional writer and has provided editorial direction and content to a diverse range of companies. Her writing, including environmental web content, feature articles, quizzes, infographics, op-eds, blogs and personal essays, has appeared in national publications such as Rolling Stone Magazine, The San Francisco Chronicle, In Style, The Advocate, Curve, Whole Life Times, Playgirl and dot429, as well as in marketing collateral for clients Wal-Mart, LinkedIn, University of Phoenix, McGuire Real Estate,, and environmental non-profit Cool the Earth. She is currently working on a narrative non fiction book about her life entitled: “A Genuine Product of the Human Potential Movement.”