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This engaging and timely book showcases practical ways that PreK–12 teachers and school leaders can create and implement sustainability-focused projects and practices in their classrooms and schools, helping promote a healthy, sustainable environment and curriculum for students and leading the way towards becoming a green school.

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In Mini-Forest Revolution, Lewis presents the Miyawaki Method, a unique approach to reforestation devised by Japanese botanist Akira Miyawaki. She explains how tiny forests as small as six parking spaces grow quickly and are much more biodiverse than those planted by conventional methods.

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Two wild osprey chicks become orphans when a powerful storm shatters their forest nest. National STEM award-winning coauthors Deborah Lee Rose and raptor biologist Janie Veltkamp (Beauty and the Beak) tell the true, STEM-rich story of the chicks’ rescue and how Janie used her scientific knowledge of ospreys and their ecosystem to help find them a new family and nest in the wild.

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If you are working on anything that aims to change people's actions or beliefs – from your stakeholders to corporate leaders to policymakers or even your friends – then the Making Shift Happen book is the perfect resource. It lays out all the tools needed for behavior change at any level of a system, illustrated through case studies that show the real-world potential of behavioral science for a variety of environmental issues, from saving energy to reducing plastic use to encouraging sustainable transportation.

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The Intersectional Environmentalist is written as a general primer on intersectional environmentalism (EI) for the next generation of activists, appropriate for high school students. EI is an inclusive version of environmentalism that advocates for both the protection of people and the planet. It identifies the ways in which injustices happening to marginalized communities and the earth are interconnected.

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Bright Green Future draws on inspiring stories of innovators and activists to make climate solutions accessible for students. The authors, a college professor and journalist, spent 5 years travelling the country to chronicle a renaissance in grassroots climate action. Every chapter provides discussion questions to build lessons and activities.

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