Global Guardian Project

Plastic for Dinner Anyone?

Plastic for Dinner Anyone?

  When we rip open a snack bar, bag of chips, or cup of yogurt, we all know not to eat theplastic packaging. Our bodies cannot digest the plastic, ...

Get a FREE Ocean Conservation Capsule!

Get a FREE Ocean Conservation Capsule!

There is a budding activist within each child.  It’s up to us to inspire and empower them.  In order to become compassionate guardians of our plan...

Endangered Animals: White Rhinoceros

Endangered Animals: White Rhinoceros

The sun is setting on the South African savanna as the white rhinoceros grazes along the dry grasses, as she will spend most of her time doing. He...

Guest Post- Beth Johnson of Kids Mind Body Spirit

Guest Post- Beth Johnson of Kids Mind Body Spirit

  Written by Beth Johnson of Kids Mind Body Spirit  I have long held the desire to seek opportunities to help create a more equitable, sustai...

Traditional Practice: Kaitiakitanga

Traditional Practice: Kaitiakitanga

The Maori are the indigenous people of New Zealand. This means they are the first humans to live in this part of the world. For the Maori, carin...

Young Activists: Connor Berryhill

Young Activists: Connor Berryhill

  At 10 years old, Connor Berryhill's parents have already dubbed him the microactivist for his efforts to save animals by cleaning waters and s...

Simple Action Challenge: The Last Straw

Simple Action Challenge: The Last Straw

There are millions of tons of plastic debris floating around our oceans. Plastics pose a serious danger to marine life. Animals end up eating tras...

How Phonetic Planet Builds Childhood Literacy Through Exploration

How Phonetic Planet Builds Childhood Literacy Through Exploration

We all seek to help our little ones grow to their full potential. For Phonetic Planet, building the connection between that goal and the right res...

3 Easy Ways to Kick Plastics to the Curb

3 Easy Ways to Kick Plastics to the Curb

Plastics are an inescapable part of modern life—used for life-saving medical technology, in transportation and construction, and a host of other applications, plastics make life easier, safer, and better. However the very qualities that make plastic so important—it’s inexpensive, durable, lightweight, and recyclable—ironically contribute to plastic over-use.

Learn How to Go Litterless

Learn How to Go Litterless

Learn How to Go Litterless Trash might seem inevitable, but by taking small steps, we can quickly begin to be litter-free. When we create waste, w...

Three Ways Our Plastic Addiction is Killing Our Oceans

Three Ways Our Plastic Addiction is Killing Our Oceans

The human addiction to plastic has created a global health crisis for the world’s oceans and the creatures that call it home. The numbers are staggering—300 million TONS of plastic are consumed every year, and once plastic is made, it’s pretty much here to stay.

Learn All About South Africa

Learn All About South Africa

Learn All About South Africa Have you ever dreamed of visiting South Africa? There's so many reasons why you should! South Africa is a coastal cou...