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101 ways to be an eco hero / Kait Eaton ; illustrators, Kait Eaton and Dynamo Limited.

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L1966928M J363.705 EAT
Junior Nonfiction S.T.E.M   Albury LibraryMuseum . . Available .  
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ISBN 9781838694944
Author Eaton, Kait, author, illustrator
Title 101 ways to be an eco hero / Kait Eaton ; illustrators, Kait Eaton and Dynamo Limited.
Cover title 101 ways to be an eco-hero : help save the world, one small step at a time!
One hundred and one ways to be an eco-hero
Hundred and one ways to be an eco-hero
Pagination etc. 111 pages : colour illustrations ; 22 cm.
Series Lonely Planet kids
Lonely Planet kids
Contents note Saving the planet begins at home. Find your inner eco-hero -- Stop waste! -- Recycling and upcycling -- Plastic's not fantastic -- Clothes -- Create a haven for wildlife -- Get green-fingered -- Out and about. Explore your area -- Go shopping, eco-style! -- Love the outdoors -- Spread the word. Small changes your folks can make -- Bigger changes -- Make good food choices -- Volunteer! -- Take a family eco-break -- Get friends involved -- Fundraising -- Spread the word at school -- Share the message.
Summary Note It's hard to believe that you have the power to save the world, but it's true! We'll show you how to harness your inner hero with loads of awesome ways to make a positive impact on the planet. In 101 Ways to be an Eco Hero, the follow up to 101 Small Ways to Save the World and The Plastic Problem, you'll find practical tips and projects that will help you, along with your friends and family, to protect our Earth for future generations. You'll also find out how you can use your voice to encourage businesses and governments to make the right decisions for our environment. Tips for kids include: reusing, recycling, and upcycling; avoiding food waste; protecting the local environment through activities such as litter collections. Projects for kids include: building an insect hotel; making a herb garden; creating a tote bag for shopping. Advice for families includes: collecting rainwater for watering the garden; getting solar panels; using low-energy appliances.
Target audience note Ages 10+
Subject Environmental protection -- Citizen participation -- Juvenile literature
Environmentalism -- Juvenile literature
Sustainable living -- Juvenile literature
Recycling (Waste, etc.) -- Juvenile literature
Added Corporate Author Dynamo Limited illustrator.
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