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A close, personal examination of climate science for ages 12 to 15. Read true stories of how climate change has affected people’s lives and learn the science behind the new reality we witness every day.

Does your region get stronger storms and more extreme weather than it used to? Do you have to take steps to conserve water because of drought? Is there more flooding in your area than there used to be? These could all be symptoms of Earth’s climate crisis.

In Climate in Crisis: Changing Coastlines, Severe Storms, and Damaging Drought, readers 12 to 15 discover how climate change is affecting the human population―from extreme weather and rising coastlines to new migration patterns and disease―through real-life stories and a deep examination of the science driving the phenomenon. As kids gain a deeper understanding of our ultimate connection to everything on and around our planet, they are also encouraged to think of innovative ways to help curb climate change, which has been called humanity’s greatest challenge.

Throughout Climate in Crisis, hands-on STEM activities, entertaining illustrations, essential questions, and fascinating sidebars illuminate the topic and engage readers further. In addition, Climate in Crisis integrates a digital learning component by providing links to primary sources, videos, and other relevant websites.

  • 128 pages
  • Recommended age 12-15 yrs / Grade 6-9
  • Softcover