What Can Kids Do?


Ok, so now that we know about climate change, what are we going to do about it?!? Here are some ideas!

American 5th graders show lots of ways to reduce air pollution to slow down climate change.

Evan TFK global warming letter

Letter to Evan USA from Time for Kids editor. Click to enlarge.

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Letter to Max USA from President Obama. Click to enlarge.

American students show the importance of recycling at school.

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Sofia USA

Kids in the United States talk about their link-up with a class in Denmark.

What are YOU doing to help slow down climate change?!?

If you’re a kid, join the discussion below! You have two choices:

  1. Leave a comment. Type your comment or question in the box at the bottom of this page.
  2. Reply to kids’ ideas.  Click the reply link under their comment. You can agree or disagree with them – just explain why!

Use your first name only. Use your country instead of your last name (surname).

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What should adults do?

95 Responses to What Can Kids Do?

  1. Andrew USA says:

    kids can slow down climate change by reducing, reusing, and recycle. This helps because we don’t have to keep buying food which wastes money. You know when you eat fish. The plastic over the tray. Plastic companies have to burn items to make it. If you recycle and then reused.


    • Margaret USA says:

      I agree that reducing, reusing and recycling are all great ways to help slow down global warming. I think that we can also slow it down by growing our own food. A lot of the food you buy from the store has been shipped to the store by a truck or some other vehicle that emit carbon dioxide (Co2) into the air. If we grow our own food, we wont have to support the earth destroying company and like a house with no supports, it will fall down.


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