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It’s National Back to School Prep Day // 3 Ways I’m Trying to be More Eco-Friendly this School Year

That was a very long title. Maybe not the longest title ever, because I’ve read and wrote some pretty long ones, but it’s CLOSE, ohkie? It’s close.

Heya earthlings and aliens! Naomi here (yep, I know, I haven’t posted for a week because apparently my schedule is just a suggestion, but it’s fine. Totally fine.). I start school in a WEEK and I’m so exciiited. But anywho, I feel like talking about the things I’ve been trying to do (both this year and past years) to be a little more environmentally friendly (and other things too, but this blog is about the ENVIRONMENT and not my LIFE so that), so I’m going to.

Let’s read and type on!

From like kindergarten to 5th grade, I had the same backpack. Aaand then it got too small, so I got a new one for 7th grade (the reason I didn’t have one for 6th grade is complicated, so we’re just going to say it was Covid). But ANYWHO, I’m using last year’s backpack again, partially because backpacks are hard to shop for, partially because it’s what I always do, and partially because the EARTH.

See, making things involves factories, factories involve energy, and energy involves fossil fuels. Plus, a lot of the material isn’t amazing for our environment either. So the longer I can hold on to my backpack, the better. Ta-dee!

Of course, this applies to most school supplies. Pencils use both wood (dead trees – unless of course the wood is used sustainably) and plastic (not good for the ocean or the climate). A lot of folders are plastic. Binders? Same thing.

Obviously, I DO need to get new things (and, guilty pleasure – I enjoy getting them new), but if I can reuse a few things, that’s good. Right?

I walked home the majority of last year, with the exception being rainy days, times when we had to get somewhere faster than I could walk, or times that I stayed after school for things like band or clubs.

But anywho, one of the friends I walk with said she’d be trying to walk home in the rain more to be more eco-friendly, and I think that’s a good goal to set. Just bringing an umbrella to school or deciding to get wet (my favorite thing to do unless I’m going somewhere right after school because RAIN IS AMAZING) can help save gas and means I’m not riding in a car (oh, for aliens, a car is this thing that pollutes the environment and gets us around super fast-ish).

Obviously, everyone reading this can’t walk home from school (especially the aliens), but taking the bus instead of driving with your parents can be amazing too.

This is an… interesting one? Last year, I got school-made lunches some days for the first time in my entire life (school lunches are not exactly known for being good, so I was like PACKING IS SO MUCH BETTER. Plus meat. It’s hard to be a vegetarian and eat school lunches and I basically got pizza every day, which gets old. Fast.), and there was SO MUCH SINGLE-USE PLASTIC.

Trays were re-used, but there’d be packaged apples or little plastic cups, parchment paper (I think?) that you had to put down under your pizza, and plastic-coated milk cartons. I would have used so many things that were going to never decompose in landfills (which are an issue for our climate, ohkie?) and had been made in factories which, as previously discussed, are just not GOOD.

So anywho, this year packing lunches seems like the better option because, well, when I pack my lunches there’s less trash. Plus, I don’t have to eat gross pizza every day. Because ew.

So anywho, that’s that! Encounter you in the comments (hopefully)!

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3 Things I Learned From Kiss The Ground // Ft. Me Getting Way Too Excited Because I’ve Kinda Been Planning This For an Entire Year

It’s kind of weird that I didn’t read/watch any climate change-y media for like 500 years and then I watched Kiss The Ground AND finished The Marrow Thieves? I dunno, I do things like that sometimes.

Heya humans and everyone else! ‘Tis yours truly, Naomi Domi (although isn’t it obvious?), and this post marks an amazing accomplishment. I’ve finally watched the movie I’ve been saying I’ll watch since 2021, and I’m finally doing the review I promised 500 million years ago (maybe not to you, but I promised MYSELF and I’m important too, ya know?). So… shall we?

*starts coughing because she gasped too… gaspily*
*waits for the coughing to subside*
*continues like nothing happened*

So if you’re one of those earthlings/aliens who was not around for my entire blogging life, or if you’re one of those earthlings/aliens who does not REMEMBER my entire blogging life, let me explain something to you. A while back, I wrote like 5 posts on cows. And how when cows… fart… they sorta put greenhouse gases into the atmosphere?

I was just a tad bit obsessed. So anyway, when the Kiss the Ground people were like “COWS CAN BE GOOD” I was like “WAIT WHAT MY ENTIRE LIFE HAS BEEN A LIE I NEED TO TELL PEOPLE RIGHT NOW”. And then of course I stayed silent and kept watching and filed it away in my mental file folders that I can’t keep track of so I could put it in this post later because that’s how the world works, okie?

Okie. So anyway, about this whole good cows thing. Cows can graze on plants and take the place of machines to keep a sustainable farm growing. And a sustainable farm means more carbon in the soil, and less in the atmosphere. So woop-woop!

Ohkie, so maybe the title is a tad… exaggerated? But anywho, here goes the explanation.

So there’s sustainable farming and there’s non-sustainable farming, right? Right. Sustainable farmers actually make more because they have a variety of crops, plus the soil is healthy and therefore stores carbon. Yay, right?

But then you think, well, why in the WORLD are farmers still doing what they do – they can SEE the other human’s farm, right? They can SEE that sustainability is a better option.

There are a bunch of factors that probably go into a farmer not deciding to convert to a sustainable farm, but one of them is that the US government PAYS them for farming things like corn, and not for farming a wide variety of things.

Yes, you read that right, the government pays farmers to keep doing what they’ve always done. To destroy the soil by planting only one or two crops.

I’ve been wanting to watch this movie for forever, so OBVIOUSLY I knew it was an idea. I just didn’t know how… simple it is. Obviously, it’s not like they’ll talk about the cons in this movie, but the pros of sustainable farming? Unless I’m missing something huge, I’m pretty sure they outweigh the cons.

Healthy soil from a sustainable farm means more crops and more profit. Healthy soil from sustainable farms means more carbon in the soil and less carbon in the air. Healthy soil from sustainable farms means healthy food and happier people. Healthy soil from sustainable farms is a win for everyone. Not just the earth.

(And obviously, everything that’s a win for the earth is a win for people too, but I’m just saying.)

And well, that’s that! Go watch Kiss the Ground, people. I’m just going to be off now since outtros are like the hardest thing to write.

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Earth Day is Coming Up! // 5 Ways to Celebrate

Guess what? I actually talked to not-my-friend-people this week! Aren’t I SOOO AMAZING? (I mean I’m very very introverted and literally can’t talk to people so) The- Uh. Hi. Sorry. Yeah. The post. Moving on.

Heya! ‘Tis Naomi Domi, and I’m here today because, well, Earth Day is in 11 days and I thought I’d give you some ideas so you’re not just sitting around on earth day. Cause, like, who wants to do THAT?

I actually did this last year, but ya know, you need a refresher, right? Plus I have new ideas. So. There.

Without further ado… the post!

Ok, ok, I know. I think I was just talking about how basic trees are, but WHATEEEEVER. They’re still cool. Soooooooo planting trees. This is actually sort of a bunch of ideas squished into one, so let’s just do a list.

  1. Go to a tree-planting event with OneTreePlanted. I’m not sure what places they HAVE tree-planting events, but you can check here to see if they have one near you! And *cough cough* parents…. *cough cough* I think this is a GREAT idea and we should go to it this year…
  2. Buy a tree or 2… or 10… or 20… or 100 that will be planted in a forest where they’re needed. OneTreePlanted ALSO has a program like this – you pay money and they plant a tree! Pretty simple. Here’s the link to THAT.
  3. Buy a tree and plant it in your backyard! I recommend getting one from The Arbor Day Foundation.

This one is pretty simple and very versatile. Write and/or share something earthy! You could write an earthy poem, a cli-fi story, or an informative post. You could reblog something, share an article with your friends, tell someone about a great earthy book you read. You could write a blog post, post to social media, or send an email. You could do something that I can’t even think of!

I think that’s enough. Not much explaining for that one!

I was actually gonna include write and/or share in this part, but I really hate transitioning into lists, so I separated the sections. When I say “educate”, I mean educate yourself. Maybe read an article or a climate change-ey book (*cough cough* I have a lot of recommendations on here if you search, like “book”). Or you could listen to a podcast (I recommend “The Big Melt” or “How to Save a Planet”) or watch a video. Just learn something about our earth that you didn’t know before! Pretty simple.

As for attending something, you might have to do some of your own research because I kinda live over here in the US and you all live… lots of different places, so I can’t find things you can all attend in person. HOWEVER, I can suggest two awesome events to watch! The first is Earth Day Live, which has a bunch of different speakers talking about the earth. Second is the Earth Day 2022 Virtual Stage, which is… pretty much the same thing, but see which one you like better!

Okay, okay, this isn’t the BEST category, but seriously! Explore They have a bunch of cool things to do and even some events that might be near you! Just go. Look at the website. Please?

And that’s that! Have a great Earth Day and I’ll see you Friday (well, ya know, I’ll see your… words?)!

Question of the Day: Do you have plans for Earth Day?
Action of the Day: Do one of the things on this list for Earth Day!

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It’s Tell a Lie Day! // Climate Change Myths

Butterbeer. Is. Awesome. Period. Anyone out there had it? (And no, for those of you who are wondering, I’m not actually drinking alcohol. It’s a Harry Potter thing – not alcoholic) My friends and I had it today and it was so yuuuuuum…
Ok, yeah, yeah, I know. What does this have to do with lying? Or climate change? Or… anything? K, you’re right. Nothing. Try number two!

Heya people (and the rest of you)! ‘Tis Naomi, and because NationalToday says that it’s Tell a Lie Day, I decided why not do a myth-busting post? I’ve actually DONE one before, but that was for April Fools and back in the Naomi-is-slowly-figuring-this-out-but-not-quite-there-yet phase, so I thought I’d try again! Plus, sadly, there’s a lot of different myths out there to bust.

So… enough talking. Who’s ready to bust some myths? *chorus of “me”s*

Here we go!

Ok, so um. Even though it’s Tell a Lie Day, I’m not going to tell a lie… or, well, withhold information.

I actually kind of fell into this lie. Back when I was so basic that I was obsessed with trees (ok, trees are amazing, but they’re seriously overrated), I did a web search and found that the Amazon Rainforest apparently absorbed 20% of the world’s carbon emissions. This fact was confirmed across a BUNCH of sources, and even government officials confirmed it.

But then, uh, a while later, I was listening to The Big Melt and their myth of the day was… that. So I changed the post where I wrote it, but I never actually talked about it. So now we all know! Ta-da!

This myth is that renewable energy is unreliable because when the sun doesn’t shine or it isn’t windy, the energy won’t work. Well, if renewable energy was this unreliable, would California be close to a third of the way to all renewable energy? No.

Renewable energy can be used even when the sun isn’t shining or the wind isn’t blowing, because it can be stored.

A lot of people believe that not all scientists agree that climate change is real, but that’s not the case. Actually, 97% of all scientists agree on climate change. Enough said.

“Climate Change Myths: Sorting Fact from Fiction.” Environment, 21 Dec. 2010, Accessed 5 Apr. 2022.

Gen-Z Media. “The Big Melt.” Spotify, Accessed 5 Apr. 2022.

WWF. “10 Myths about Climate Change.” WWF, 2000,

Alrighty roo! Have a great day/night, dear friends! I’m doing so well on my schedule, agreed? *smiles because she is so amazing*

Anywho, see ya Friday!

QOTD (question of the day): Do you know any climate change myths that I didn’t talk about?
AOTD (action of the day): Try to talk to a climate change skeptic about climate change!

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Merry merry merry Christmas! // 5 fun environmental gifts

I-I know it’s late. I’m kind of a procrastinator? KIND OF. Don’t-don’t blame me. I mean, you can always use this post for other gifts too. *shrugs* I just… yeah. Yep. Yeah. This isn’t getting anywhere. NEXT!

Holiday greetings, my friends! ‘Tis Naomi, and since Christmas is approaching way, way, way too fast, I thought I’d share with you a few of my favorite environmental gift ideas!

(And uh, if you’re getting me a gift and haven’t yet, this can count as a wishlist as well- I’d love all these things!)

A few of them might be the expensive kind of cool gifts from eco-friendly companies, but I’ll try to keep it to pretty inexpensive things.

Anywho, without further ado… 7 fun environmental gifts!

Handmade gifts are cheap, don’t require being made in factories, and are super fun to make! ‘Tis a Naomi tradition to do homemade gifts for Christmas. Making something like an ornament, hand-sewn pillow, or bracelet is always a good gift (Well, I guess not always. Cause like sometimes you might be trying to give a gift to your cat and I don’t think that cats like bracelets. Although they DO like pillows and ornaments, so you could give either one of those a try. *shrugs*)

Last year, I got around 20 (it was 20 or more, I don’t recall) trees as gifts – it was really amazing!

Donations are always a wonderful way to go because they don’t require any making and make an impact on the world. A while back, I did a series of Organization Spot Light posts (and uh they’re kind of cringey? But eeerm… that’s ok…) that you can check out here.

Does this one seem a little weird to you? I… uh… well… I can explain!

So, think about wrapping gifts (unless you wrap gifts in a totally cool and sustainable way… then tell me in the comments how you do it!)… you’re using all sorts of stuff that’s made and then only used once and thrown away… so if you get a bag for your giftee along with another gift, it’s both sustainable and… well… who doesn’t want a 2-in-1 gift? hehe

If you want to go the extra mile, you can get a bag from your local shop, make your own bag, or get one from a sustainable company like Citizen Wolf.

Isn’t this one so pretty?

Buying local is something that’s very important. Buying local means that you’re supporting local peeps and the whole shipping thing is gone. My family has gone on several shopping sprees, and my local bookstore (I talk about it a lot, don’t I? I love that place) has really supplied a lot of our gifts.

Hey, I rhymed!

I’ve talked about thrift stores before, but they are so super amazing. Because you’re buying something that hasn’t been made new, you’re just extending the product’s life!

You can get lots of different things at a thrift store, and I personally love them except when they don’t have what I want… but that’s most certainly not just a thrift store thing!

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Well, well, well! That’s it for this post.

Have a merry day (I’m very much feeling Christmassy)

Question of the day: What’s the number 1 thing on your Christmas wish list this year?
Action of the day: Try to give at least one sustainable gift this holiday season (on this list or otherwise).


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Eco-Friendly Schools

Hi there! It’s Naomi, and welcome! I’m going back to school in less than a week (which, by the way, is the reason that I’ve been a bit less active than I usually am- the week before school is apparently a very busy time!), and so I thought for this post it would be fun to talk about some eco-friendly schools! A lot of these are colleges (elementary, middle, and high school are kinda behind in sustainability efforts…), but I’ve gotten a few [well, uh, one] non-college schools in here as well! So, scroll on, and let’s learn about a couple cool green schools!

(Not the color green. I mean, maybe? But, ya know, green schools are MOSTLY not green… but that would be interesting. A green green school? Anywhooo)

Visit the website

It’s in the name that green school is… well… green! This isn’t one school, it’s a couple schools around the world, that are all green schools! These schools are totally dedicated to sustainability, both in their buildings and curriculum! I don’t live near one of them, but they’re really cool to take a look at. This should be a goal for all schools!

Visit The Website

Yep, I told you there were a lot of colleges on this list. UCI has really cool sustainability efforts, including Pump To Plug, an effort to have staff + students switch to electric vehicles! More than 75% of this school’s departments have sustainability courses, which is super cool!

Visit the website

Stanford University is powered mostly by clean energy- solar! They also have a program online called My Cardinal Green, which helps staff + students take steps toward more sustainable life. A couple years ago, Stanford announced that it will have a School Of Sustainability- one for helping with climate change solutions!

Visit the website

Arizona State University has multiple sustainability efforts as well, including a carbon sink forest (Isn’t that so cool? I mean, trees might not be the BEST at combatting climate change, but they still DO combat climate change… and it’s just a really wonderful initiative!). ASU has a center for Negative Carbon Emissions, in which students are developing innovative climate change solutions!

I am apparently a bit tired. I just put the sign-off in as my divider. Weeell, since I’m not LAZY, I fixed it. But still… if this post has a few problems in it, blame my book for making me stay up late, ok? Thanks!

Thank you so much for reading! I hope that this post inspires you, this was one of those posts that are sort of just for a fun look at climate change solutions.

Question Of The Day: Which one of these schools is your favorite?

So, I’ll see you next tiiime!

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Cli-Fi Books For Tweens And Teens

Hi! It’s Maeve, back with another list. As you may now, I run another blog called Books By Maeve and it’s all about books (wasn’t that hard to guess)! I thought I’d take these two passions and put them into one blog post.

In case you didn’t know, Cli-Fi is a book genre that stands for Climate Fiction. MG stands for Middle Grade and is generally for people 8-12, and YA stands for Young Adult and is generally for people 13+. Though the ages can change (I started reading some YA when I was 11), check websites like Common Sense Media to see if you’re okay with reading it. All of these synopses are taken directly from goodreads.

Onwards to the list!


The Line Tender. Wherever the sharks led, Lucy Everhart’s marine-biologist mother was sure to follow. In fact, she was on a boat far off the coast of Massachusetts, preparing to swim with a Great White, when she died suddenly. Lucy was eight. Since then Lucy and her father have done OK—thanks in large part to her best friend, Fred, and a few close friends and neighbors. But June of her twelfth summer brings more than the end of school and a heat wave to sleepy Rockport. On one steamy day, the tide brings a Great White—and then another tragedy, cutting short a friendship everyone insists was “meaningful” but no one can tell Lucy what it all meant. To survive the fresh wave of grief, Lucy must grab the line that connects her depressed father, a stubborn fisherman, and a curious old widower to her mother’s unfinished research. If Lucy can find a way to help this unlikely quartet follow the sharks her mother loved, she’ll finally be able to look beyond what she’s lost and toward what’s left to be discovered. 

Hoot. Unfortunately, Roy’s first acquaintance in Florida is Dana Matherson, a well-known bully. Then again, if Dana hadn’t been sinking his thumbs into Roy’s temples and mashing his face against the school-bus window, Roy might never have spotted the running boy. And the running boy is intriguing: he was running away from the school bus, carried no books, and-here’s the odd part-wore no shoes. Sensing a mystery, Roy sets himself on the boy’s trail. The chase introduces him to potty-trained alligators, a fake-fart champion, some burrowing owls, a renegade eco-avenger, and several extremely poisonous snakes with unnaturally sparkling tails.

Fuzzy Mud. Fifth grader Tamaya Dhilwaddi and seventh grader Marshall Walsh have been walking to and from Woodbridge Academy together since elementary school. But their routine is disrupted when bully Chad Wilson challenges Marshall to a fight. To avoid the conflict, Marshall takes a shortcut home through the off-limits woods. Tamaya reluctantly follows. They soon get lost, and they find trouble. Bigger trouble than anyone could ever have imagined. 

In the days and weeks that follow, the authorities and the U.S. Senate become involved, and what they uncover might affect the future of the world.


The Marrow Thieves. In a futuristic world ravaged by global warming, people have lost the ability to dream, and the dreamlessness has led to widespread madness. The only people still able to dream are North America’s Indigenous people, and it is their marrow that holds the cure for the rest of the world. But getting the marrow, and dreams, means death for the unwilling donors. Driven to flight, a fifteen-year-old and his companions struggle for survival, attempt to reunite with loved ones and take refuge from the “recruiters” who seek them out to bring them to the marrow-stealing “factories.”

War Girls. The year is 2172. Climate change and nuclear disasters have rendered much of earth unlivable. Only the lucky ones have escaped to space colonies in the sky. In a war-torn Nigeria, battles are fought using flying, deadly mechs and soldiers are outfitted with bionic limbs and artificial organs meant to protect them from the harsh, radiation-heavy climate. Across the nation, as the years-long civil war wages on, survival becomes the only way of life. 

Two sisters, Onyii and Ify, dream of more. Their lives have been marked by violence and political unrest. Still, they dream of peace, of hope, of a future together.

And they’re willing to fight an entire war to get there. 

The Water Knife. In the American Southwest, Nevada, Arizona, and California skirmish for dwindling shares of the Colorado River. Into the fray steps Angel Velasquez, leg-breaker, assassin, and spy. A Las Vegas water knife, Angel “cuts” water for his boss, Catherine Case, ensuring that her luxurious developments can bloom in the desert, so the rich can stay wet while the poor get dust. When rumors of a game-changing water source surface in drought-ravaged Phoenix, it seems California is making a play to monopolize the life-giving flow of the river, and Angel is sent to investigate. There, he encounters Lucy Monroe, a drought-hardened journalist, and Maria Villarosa, a young refugee who survives by her wits in a city that despises everything she represents. For Angel, Lucy, and Maria, time is running out and their only hope for survival rests in each other’s hands. But when water is more valuable than gold, alliances shift like sand, and the only thing for certain is that someone will have to bleed if anyone hopes to drink. 

Thanks for reading this post! If you have any other recommendations please let me know!

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Inventions/Innovations That Work To Stop Climate Change!

Hyesle! Naomi here. I’m pretty excited to get into these futuristic ideas that might stop climate change, so let’s get going!

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“Tree Bombs”

Want to plant a lot of trees? Use a tree bomb! OK, tree bombs (like a lot of these inventions) don’t REALLY EXIST yet, but the idea for them does!! They are pretty amazing. So basically, a drone or plane drops these biodegradable cones containing tree saplings that then burrow into the ground and quickly biodegrade, leaving saplings.

These “tree bombs” can plant like 900,000 trees in a day, compared to a human that can plant like 1,000!!!

Trees, as explained in this post, are amazing climate-change-fighters, and this innovation makes more of them and therefore less carbon!

Meatless Meat

Our “carbon foodprint” makes a BIG impact on the environment. About 1/4 of that foodprint is from meat. So why not eliminate it altogether? People are working to create meatless meat, and things like it, and it’s not actually so futuristic! There actually are many meatless burgers, including the Beyond Burger!

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Eco-friendly Plane

I don’t know about you, but I LOVE to travel in planes. The only problem is that planes are SUPER bad for the environment. So why not have a plane that isn’t?

The HY4, an airplane that only emits water vapor (NO CO2 INVOLVED!), took a 10-minute flight on 9/26/16 with 2 pilots and 2 dummies to test it out! This airplane is the first one built that only emits water and that carries more than 1 person!

Exciting, right? I think so!!

I hope you enjoyed reading this post as much as I enjoyed writing it! It was super fun to research good things for once!!

Which invention do you think is coolest? I am SO torn. Tree bombs are super cool cause I am a BIG advocate for trees, meatless meat is AMAZING because I’m a vegetarian and I think we need to stop eating meat, and the plane is just so COOL because I love planes. Comment and tell me what you think is coolest (or, if you’re like me, you’re indecisive train of though xD )

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Animals Affected By Climate Change

‘Sup fellow activists! Maeve here. So often we think about what will happen to us (totally valid concern, of course), but a lot of the time we forget about our neighbours on this planet. That’s right! Animals. Note: this might be a kind of sad post.

Of course we all know about the polar bears, but there are so many more loosing lives because of pollution, deforestation and more. Now these animals are here for reasons more then just climate change, but I will generally only be talking (er, writing) about those reasons. At the end of this post I will be talking about what you can do to help.

Words in italic will be explained later in this post!

Giant pandas. They have extreme vulnerability because they feed almost exclusively on bamboo, and with deforestation, the bamboo is quickly disappearing! Their status is currently endangered, with only 1,864 giant pandas left in the wild. Giant pandas first became endangered in 1990 due to excessive poaching.

Sea Turtles. At this point in time, almost all species of sea turtle are now classified as endangered, with three of the seven existing species being critically endangered. According to the world conservation union the most severe of these impacts on sea turtles are death after entanglement, and habitat destruction. The Sea Turtle Conservancy says that 100 million marine animals die each year from ocean debris and more than half of the worlds sea turtles have ingested plastic.

Monarch Butterflies. I don’t know if everyone had the same reaction to this, but I had no idea! These butterflies are endangered (although different sources vary on information, check how up to date your research is). Monarchs are threatened by deforestation of wintering forests in Mexico, disruptions to their migration caused by climate change, and the loss of native plants (including milkweed species but also all nectar-producing native plants). Monarch butterfly population in California have gone down by almost 95% since the 1980s.

Koalas. Koalas are threatened by land development, food degradation (increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has diminished the nutritional quality of eucalyptus leaves), and droughts. And, of course, fires in their native Australia. They are currently endangered.

And these are just a few examples! The definition of an endangered species is: a species of animal or plant that is at risk of extinction in the wild. The definition of a critically endangered species is: a species facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild. So, what can I do? Here’s a list.

  1. Plant Milkweed, for the monarch butterflies. Visit this site, and scroll down to what can I do for more information.
  2. If you live in Australia, write to a politician about the koalas. Even if you don’t, write to a politician about an endangered species/an issue about climate change (or a different pressing issue). Check out this post for more.
  3. Participate in beach clean ups (in COVID times this might not be such a good idea) to help the sea turtles.
  4. Use reusable shopping bags, water bottles, etc.
  5. Use less paper/use reused paper to help the pandas. Bamboo trees are being cut down to make paper.
  6. If you have money to spare, donate to this site. They seem like a reliable source, and are one of the most well known. You can even sponsor a panda!
  7. Do your research, and educate yourself and others! If you need school project ideas (or know a kid/tween/teen who needs school project ideas) research endangered animals, and climate change!
  8. Reduce carbon emotions, to help all of these animals. Bike, walk, take the bus (when safe), unplug, turn off the lights, etc.

Alright, that’s it for this post! Thanks for reading.