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by Juana Martinez-Neal

“The forest needs help! / We all must answer.”

by Jamie Margolin

“This is the book I desperately wished I had when I was fourteen and just starting my activism journey, with no clue of what I was getting into.” 

World Without Fish

by Mark Kurlansky

“You cannot afford to be passive. … The survival of not only the oceans but of our world is at stake”

Wilderness Wars

by Barbara Henderson

“We are destroying the habitats—the homes—of all these plants and animals … Nature, the wilderness, is fighting back.”

by Cindy Pon

“[I]n the end, the truth was a harsh and ugly one: in order to change the status quo, we had to be destructive. Seize control of the narrative. Redirect the plot”

by Kate Messner

“Down in the dirt is a whole busy world of earthworms and insects, digging and building and stirring up soil. They’re already working down in the dirt.”

by Yuval Noah Harari

“Animals and plants depend on one another, so if something happens to one kind of creature, it usually influences many others. And this law even applies to you”

by Adam Gidwitz, Jesse Casey

“I believe that someday we will be able to undo all the damage the Schmoke brothers have done to the world and its creatures.”

The Lorax

by Dr. Seuss

“I meant no harm. I most truly did not. / But I had to grow bigger. So bigger I got.”

by Chris Renaud

“A town without nature: not one living tree. So what happened to them? Cue the music, let’s see.”