Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth. Have fun connecting with other teens around the world and get advice on environmental projects. Let us know if you need any assistance with anything.
Debbie Dieneman Keim
"Welcome Lee-Ann! I am assuming you were at the zoo yesterday! Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth. Enjoy the site and good luck with your project. There are so many great resources on this site.
Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth! I noticed that you live in NY. If you are interested in becoming a veterinarian some day, a great way to start is by volunteering! There are opportunities for teen volunteers at both the Prospect…"
Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth. I noticed that you go to school in Brooklyn. Did you know that the Prospect Park Zoo has a teen volunteer program? We are currently accepting applications for volunteering during the school year. If you…"
Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth! Good luck with any projects you work on. You may also be interested in teen volunteer opportunities at the Prospect Park Zoo or the Aquarium. Check it out!"
"Hi Chelsea! Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth! I notice you live in Brooklyn - many teens do volunteer at the Prospect Park Zoo or the Aquarium. You might want to check it out! Good luck with any future projects, too."
Pesticides are killing the bees and affecting many other species negatively, yet if we stop them, because of increased monoculture, specific grain pests would ravage the fields and eat everything in sight. Food would not be capable os sustainably being grown. So then, the question becomes, how do we stop the bee deaths and continue the successful farming without pesticides agriculture relies upon?See More
Vanishing of the Bees, a 2009 documentary follows of team of beekeepers across the globe on their quest to discover the reason behind the mass vanishing of their beloved bees. After finding their thousands of hives abandoned, shocked beekeepers…
A night with distinguished author Alison Gillespie Tuesday October 7th
NYC Beekeepers Association Meeting
125 East 15th Street
Featuring: Author of "Hives in the City: Keeping Honey Bees Alive in an Urban World,"…
People's Climate MarchSeptember 21st,I pull on my cap and volunteer shirt, walk to Columbus Circle Subway Station, all while simultaneously yawning. It's 7:30 in the morning. I'm already on duty. As I gaze around, I glimpse passerby in absurd and fascinating costumes. A man or a sun, a man-sun strolls along. Someone with a pointed warlock hat- not really sure what he was supposed to be.People are already here, committed to the act of defying climate change. The day progresses, my arms ache from…See More
CCD of Honey BeesColony Collapse Disorder among the Honey Bees is no longer a worry of the past. It is a legitimate concern among environmentalists and researchers. Why are the colonies being lost? This is the ultimate question that must be addressed. If we ignore the increasing death of bees, we may threaten the cultivation of various foods, flowers, jeopardizing the sustenance all creatures depend on. Not only to honey bees make honey, but they pollinate fruits, vegetables, and various…See More