Story Time

UNEP Children's Series

  • Ting and the Possible Futures

    This science fiction story brings to life the frightening but real possibilities of an out-of-control climate crisis. It also introduces the positive, creative—and very doable—steps we can all take to save our climate, and in so doing build a greener, more humane and beautiful future. Ting and her three best friends have worked all year on a project for the science fair.

  • Togu and the Trees of Life

    Children's environmental awareness booklet on forests with its fauna and flora. This publication is aimed at sensitizing children to the importance of forests and the need to conserve them and also promote tree planting. 'Togu and the Trees of Life' is part Tunza Environmental Series for Children.

  • Tore and the Town on Thin Ice

    A children's environmental storybook based on the theme of climate change and on what children can do to mitigate effects of climate change. Tore and the Town on Thin Ice is part of the Tunza Environmental Series for Children."Tunza" means " to treat with care of affection" in Kiswahili.

  • Tessa and the Fishy Mystery

    Tessa and the Fishy Mystery' is part of the Tunza Environmental Series for Children, sponsored by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). "Tunza" means " to treat with care of affection" in Kiswahili. UNEP hopes to inspire caring for the Earth through creative literature that sparks the interest and awareness of children, their parents and teachers.

  • Tina and the Green City

    'Tina and the Green City' is part of the Tunza Environmental Series for Children, sponsored by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). "Tunza" means " to treat with care of affection" in Kiswahili. UNEP hopes to inspire caring for the Earth through creative literature that sparks the interest and awareness of children, their parents and teachers.

  • Theo and the Giant Plastic Ball

    Theo and the Giant Plastic Ball is part of the Tunza Environmental Series for Children, sponsored by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). " Tunza " means " to treat with care or affection " in Swahilli. UNEP hopes to inspire caring for the Earth through creative literature that sparks the interest and awareness of children, their parents and teachers.

 

Ozzy Ozone

  • Ozzy Ozone: Defender of Our Planet - Ozzy goes Island Hopping

    The fourth issue of the “Ozzy Ozone: Defender of our Planet” comic book series, entitled “Ozzy Goes Island Hopping” features ozone depletion and climate change with a special focus on Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs). In this story Ozzy and Zoe Ozone travel from the stratosphere to visit their friends Alida, the leatherback turtle; Guno, the sand crab and Ronaldo, the red snapper in Suriname to learn about the effects of climate change in small islands and low-lying coastal states.

  • Ozzy Ozone, Defender of our Planet. Ozzy Goes Farming

    Children's environmental awareness booklet on forests with its fauna and flora. This publication is aimed at sensitizing children to the importance of forests and the need to conserve them and also promote tree planting. 'Togu and the Trees of Life' is part Tunza Environmental Series for Children.

  • Ozzy Ozone, Defender of Our Planet

    This richly-illustrated comic booklet uses the Ozzy Ozone character and his new friends to educate children about the causes and effects of ozone layer depletion, the need to follow “safe sun” practices, and actions that they can take to be “ozone-friendly”. Developed as part of UNEP’s work programme under the Multialteral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol, this booklet is part of a suite of educational materials linked ot the Ozzy Ozone video.

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