eSpotlight - Earth Day

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Earth Day 2017

Saturday, April 22 is Earth Day and this year's theme is Environmental and Climate Literacy. San José Public Library has several excellent eBooks and eResources to help you learn more about climate literacy and the environment.

Climate Literacy

In addition to eBooks, we also have several eResources below to help you stay up-to-date on climate literacy and the environment.

Unstoppable: Harnessing Science to Change the WorldHow to Change Minds About Our Changing ClimateFacing the ChangeClimate Peril: the Intelligent Reader's Guide to Understanding the Climate CrisisEncyclopedia of Global Warming & Climate ChangeUnderstanding Climate ChangeGlobal Warming

For Younger Learners:

What's Being Done & How You Can Help

Learn more about what's being done to protect the environment and what you can do to help:

The Optimistic EnvironmentalistThe Everything Green Living Book365 ways to Live Green for KidsLiving Green: The Ultimate Teen GuideGreen Your Home for DummiesThe New Art of Living GreenHow to Live Green on a BudgetGreen MetropolisMad Like Tesla

For Younger Learners:

What is Earth Day?

The first Earth Day was April 22, 1970 and it has since grown into an international event, with more than 190 countries participating. If you're looking to learn more about this annual event, we have eBooks for younger readers, as well as some excellent eResources.

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You can find these eResources and more on our eBooks & eMedia page and our eLearning page.

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