A Canadian elementary school that has tracked litterless lunches for years found that ONE school-aged child’s disposable lunches produce an average of 67 pounds of waste per school year! Prompted
Thirteen year-old Max Loughan admires Nikola Tesla and Albert Einstein, yet we wouldn’t be surprised if one day he is famous for being an inventive genius in his own right. Max and his twin brother
Illustoria: a new print magazine for creative kids and their grown-ups features DIY culture, art & visual storytelling
Ask a child what he or she wants to be when they grow up, and you’ll often get a reply that reflects the world he or she sees regularly in real life or in the media: a doctor, a policeperson, a
Our mission at Inhabitots is to report on how to make more eco-friendly choices as a family — from how to stop using paper towels forever to doable and green family New Year’s resolutions.
Bucket List Family Campaign from Effect.org on Vimeo. Since last summer the “Bucket List Family” has been traveling around the world, visiting exotic sights, immersing themselves in local
When we think fondly back on our own childhood memories of playing outside until dark most days without much more than sticks, some acorns, and our friends to jumpstart our imaginations, the contrast to
Children's garden trolley & pint-sized gardening tools are perfect for kids who are honing their green thumb
The EverEarth garden collection for children, including the sweet Garden Trolley above, are sized just right for young gardeners and are made with eco-friendly materials to boot. The Garden Trolley will
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