Youth Pages

Great that you are visiting this site! Here are a few internet sites for kids and youth that might interest you.

For reading materials for 5’th and 6’th graders please click here.

For German language information, please go here.


 A Kid’s Guide to Reducing, Reusing & Recycling Waste.

A really cool guide made by a kid for kids.

Have you ever wondered how much waste you create every day? If you’re anything like the average person in America, you produce about 4.3 pounds of waste per day. That’s equal to one big pair of men’s hiking boots in your trash every day! Now, multiply 4.3 pounds by the 323 million people in America. That’s 1.3 billion pounds of waste thrown away in America every single day. The planet Earth needs your help! You can take action today to help make a better tomorrow. A cleaner, greener future for our world starts with you. How can you help? It’s easy!


Campaign against Climate Change

"Climate change is perhaps the gravest calamity our species has ever  encountered. Its impact dwarfs that of any war, any plague, any famine  we have confronted so far. It makes genocide and ethnic cleansing look  like sideshows at the circus of human suffering." "We need to put  climate change right at the top of the political agenda” it is by far  the biggest threat to humanity. We have to turn this into the primary  political campaign. That means keeping on the streets, keeping up the  demonstrations and putting an enormous amount of pressure on our  politicians." George Monbiot


Conversations that matter

This is a blog for us to share and inspire one another on the topic of  Global Climate Change. Here you will find the resources needed to host  events that will encourage and empower your community at home or work to address the environmental challenges of our day. It is hosted by the World Cafe, which offers a method for bringing people together in conversation to  address the big questions of our time. We believe it is through  conversation that we can collectively develop a shared sense of meaning, establish our goals and move toward constructive action.


It´s Getting Hot in Here

This is the voice of a growing movement – a collection of voices from student and youth leaders of the global movement to stop global warming. Originally created by youth leaders to allow youth to report from the International Climate Negotiations in Montreal in 2005, It’s Getting Hot in Here has since grown into a global online community with over 300 writers from countries around the world.




GreenFinger is a viral campaign that will create a public statement the worlds  leaders cannot ignore. GreenFinger is all about showing that climate  change affects all of us, and the things we personally care about. It  also shows that we, as individuals, have a responsibility to act and  that through GreenFinger we have an opportunity to be heard. GreenFinger is not owned by a specific organization or network. It’s us. It’s you. 



If you like birds and wildlife you've come to the right website. These pages are full of fun and facts - so don't waste time, start exploring the site! If you're a teacher, parent or youth leader, we've included information especially for you on some of the pages.


Stop Global warming!

Throughout history, students have been the driving force in social change. Now  more than ever is the time for students across the country to become  global warming activists and join the movement. On this page you will  find tips for stopping global warming that your class or school can do  today. You don't have to do everything, but we all need to do something! Get started in your school and keep us posted with results.


Web Rangers

The content was  developed in partnership with NASA. Registered WebRangers proceed  through a series of 3 activities, designed to help them think through  evidence for climate change, consider what could be causing it, and what they and others can do about it.


Young Voices for the Planet

Young Voices for the Planet is a film series featuring young people who are making a difference! They are shrinking the carbon footprint of their homes, schools and communities. You, too, can do something about global warming! As Alec Loorz says, “Kids Have Power.”