The Earth Experiment: A Handbook on Climate Change for the World's Young Keepers
The Earth Experiment offers a detailed look into the history of global warming and climate change through curated stories and engaging art.
With every rise in temperature, there is a domino effect, and only knowledge can propel us forward. This book seeks to engage the future caretakers of Earth with a fun but persuasive call to action for they were born in the time of climate change.
Some questions that will be tackled in the book are:
- What was the Little Ice Age?
- How does the butterfly effect work?
- Who is responsible for the carbon footprint?
- When are greenhouse gases dangerous?
Are you ready to embark on this journey to save your world?
Former TV journalist Hwee Goh and historian-artist David Liew turn the lens on global warming with their signature storytelling.
The Earth Experiment is the third book in the Change Makers series. The Change Makers series of books will build in children a strong sense of inquiry, to arm them with knowledge in S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, art and math) so that they can tackle this brave new world of unknowns.