Eyes Wide Open: Going Behind the Environmental Headlines, by Paul Fleischman, 2014. A summary of today’s environmental challenges also counsels teens on how to decode conflicting information, explaining the role of vested interests while identifying the sources behind different opinions, helping teens make informed choices.
An Inconvenient Truth: The Crisis of Global Warming, by Al Gore, 2007. This young readers’ version of the recent documentary film’s companion adult volume cuts the page count by about a third but preserves the original’s cogent message and many of its striking visuals.
Going Blue: A Teen Guide to Saving Our Oceans & Waterways, by Cathryn Berger Kaye ; with Philippe Cousteau and Earth Echo International, 2010. Practical suggestions to help plan and do a meaningful service project that benefits our planet’s water system.
As the World Burns : 50 Simple Things You Can Do to Stay in Denial, by Derrick Jensen and Stephanie McMillan, 2007. A satirical view of social, cultural, political, and economic aspects of environmentalism in the United States in comic book format.
Be A Changemaker: How To Start Something That Matters, by Laurie Ann Thompson, 2014. Learn how to wield your passions, digital tools, and the principles of social entrepreneurship to affect real change in your school, community and beyond.