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Have a look at these kids-and-penguin-friendly sites I've found.
ARKive is the ultimate multimedia
guide to the world's endangered species. In their new
climate change pages you can learn about the species that
are being affected, read the facts about climate change,
and find out what you can do to help the natural environment.
Super Natural Adventures Meet 'Squid' (aged 10) and his two older brothers, Ryan and Michael, as they experience jungle adventures in Costa Rica. Written and presented by kids, for kids! You can join in by getting active and finding out about wildlife in your backyard, local parks or forests. SNA invites you to send your own adventures—as videos, photos or writing. What are you waiting for?!
KidsRgreen is one of the best websites I've found. Here you can take a trip around Spaceship Earth, try out activities and projects with your friends, challenge your skills with green games and much more. Definitely worth a visit!
On EarthPlatform you
can find out about the main problems our world faces... things like deforestation,
global warming, endangered animals and pollution. Earth Platform is also
a special environment search engine.
Goodall Institute Founded
by the well known chimpanzee expert, Jane Goodall, JGI is a global nonprofit
organisation that helps people to make a difference for all living things.
It's helping create healthy ecosystems, promoting sustainable livelihoods
and nurturing new generations of committed, active people around the world.
There are loads of things you can do, like helping with Roots & Shoots.
Find out what Roots & Shoots is by clicking here.
The first slum on the internet! Mji wa Huruma village is one of the poorest slums in Nairobi (Kenya, Africa). It's really wonderful to see how these very poor people are managing to make a living. The kids have a little school (no paper to write on and certainly no computers) and there's even a darts club. Take a trip to see for yourself. Click the picture to go there.
I really liked this site. It's about all the sorts of stuff I'm interested in... you know, wildlife, forests, living gently on our planet. That sort of thing. There's a Fact of the Day and a Fun section (try the Creature Closeups - I loved that!). NRDC is short for Natural Resources Defense Council. What I liked best though is all their ideas for getting active - how you can really do something to help.
Here's an unusual site. A man called Martin
Auer has written some short stories - especially for kids.
Some are very short. (try 'Traffic Jam'). The stories
seem simple enough but their messages are really important
for everyone. Why are some people so unkind? Why do people
fight wars? You'll find some answers here and have loads
to think about.