Two books about caring for the environment. One is for children, and one is for adults. Both books are discussed by author, Charalee Graydon, in the video below.
An activity book to learn about ecosystems, biodiversity and the changes taking place on planet earth. The young person learns about plants and animals, climate change and the Paris Agreement in an introductory and enjoyable way with words and designs. She or he writes about experiences and desires for planet earth. The book provides fun with a scavenger hunt, biodiversity bingo and going on a picnic. When completed, there is an author certificate for Life on Planet Earth: My Story!
The book shows how the creative arts and peaceful conflict service providers, such as mediators, can promote the objectives of the United Nations Framework on Climate Change and Paris Agreement. It provides information about raising awareness, educating, and using interdisciplinary responses to transform climate change conflict by seeking positive solutions.
For the upcoming COP26. Both books recognize the importance of education for climate action. Complimentary copies of the books will be provided to the UNFCCC Secretariat at COP26.
Photos by Dani and EduCCate
Guest Author Bio
Charalee Graydon was born in Alberta, Canada. She is a writer, journalist, academic and past lawyer. She works in the areas mediation and collaboration and is currently a faculty member at EUCLID University.
Charalee holds degrees in Bachelor of Arts in English and Political Science, and a Juris Doctorate in Law. Following receipt of a Rhodes scholarship in 1982, she pursued legal studies in Oxford, England where she obtained a B.C. L degree. She held academic positions in England, New Zealand, and Canada and is presently a faculty member at Euclid University. She completed her Ph.D. in Mediation and Conflict Resolution in June 2020. She has also practiced law in British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.
She has published three books of literary fiction and one of which has been translated and published in Spanish.
She developed programs for students, judges, and the corporations on legal issues and published academic works in environmental law, sentencing and commercial law.
Blog / Website: Charaleegraydon.com