The Climate Kids Adventures Book Series is funded by the UNDP-ICCAS Project. It aims to engage young children in climate change awareness by communicating in a fun and understandable way the causes, impacts and measures we can all take to adapt to its effects.
We believe that educating children on climate change awareness from a young age is necessary in order to empower them to become knowledgeable and conscientious adults.
“Hike To Camp Cool” tells the story of Andrew and Jada as the try to find “Camp Cool” during the hottest summer Grenada has ever experienced. This book will expose children to a variety of ways to adapt to climate change and prevent future impacts. In “Hurry, Hurry, It’s a Hurricane!” Anna learns about disaster preparedness and teaches her friends ways to protect the environment.
The Climate Kids Adventure team begins their school and community outreach, at the end of March using books to teach children about climate change. The books will officially launch in April.
This Project is being implemented by the Environment Unit of the Ministry of Education Human Resource Development and the Environment on behalf of, and with funding from the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) under its International Climate Initiative (IKI).
For Climate Kids team school or community visits, please contact [email protected]