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Greanwold's Green World for Kids

Parents and kids (and others). Good news! As carbon dioxide continues to build in the atmosphere — thanks to the burning of fossil fuels — scientists are busy figuring out how life on earth is adapting to its effects.
And now, new research reinforces the idea that the world’s plant life is adjusting in a subtle, but deeply significant, way. In other words, mother nature is smarter  than we think.

Parents! If you are interested in a more livable future for your children, with your help they can send us their idea of a livable world and if published, will win a Greanwold limited edition T-shirt.

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Think Green, Please

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  • Taking care of the planet and its creatures 

  • Something that is good for everyone Loving and caring for our planet and others 

  • Sharing what we have with others and not taking more than our share

  • Thinking about what you need rather than taking what you want 

  • Making the world a better place for the future Living together peacefully 

  • Being nice to all of your neighbours including the trees

  • Making rules we can all follow

  • Taking care of the air, water, land and those who live there 

  • One thing leads to another, then another.

  • Let’s make the chain good.

  • Sustainability is not just cleaning up your own room – it’s about keeping tidy an even bigger room that belongs to everyone!

Greanwold's Green World is an important part of Greanwold's World. That is why Greanwold is called "Grean"-"Wold". Grean is the Minosaur way of spelling "green". Wold is an ancient word for undeveloped rolling hills. Minosaurs believe in kids and in their rights and one of the rights that kids all over the world have is the right to a healthy planet. Sustainability isn’t just for adults: Kids must learn about environmental issues and think about the consequences of  purchases, living choices and behaviors, just as adults must do! While learning to be green can be a challenge, it’s one that parents must definitely share with their children.


Start doing things differently around the house. Recycling, composting or using non-toxic household cleaners are first steps. Parents need to tell children at an early age why these are important issues. When adults explain the significance of choices, children can begin to understand the impact human beings have on the future of planet earth.


Send in your idea to Greanwold on how make the earth a better and we will send you a signed Greanwold photo and enter you in a draw for a special Greanwold T-Shirt. Make sure you ask your caregiver first. Just click HERE to send in your email address. Make sure your write "my sustain idea" in the text box.

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Eight Million Tons of Plastic Dumped in Ocean Every Year


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Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society (NWPS) is a registered Canadian charity (BN13302 9140 RR0001) and BC Society (S-22507). Since 1987 NWPS has been preserving wildlife in the Pacific northwest. Our mandate is Preservation Through Education. We focus on providing free wildlife education and stewardship programs to disadvantaged people throughout British Columbia. While we work mainly with children and youth, we work with all kinds of groups including but not limited to public and private school classes,  summer camps, youth groups, boy/girl scouts, retirement homes, First Nations groups, and new immigrants. 


Science is for everyone, especially  kids.

The Electronic Recycling Association


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