Is this all-ages coloring book the thing that will finally mobilize society in the climate crisis?

Remember a few years ago when adults discovered coloring books and a wave of new pieces hailed them as a tool for mindfulness and dealing with anxiety? In a move both educational and depressingly efficient, this coloring book on climate change and renewable energy covers the topic that is currently inspiring existential dread in entire generations! The nonprofit […] Continue reading at 'Literrary Hub'

[ Literrary Hub | 2019-07-26 15:06:44 UTC ]
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This climate change coloring book illustrates how we transition to clean energy

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3Doodler's mobile app is like a coloring book for 3D printing

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