Our Fragile Planet: Magazines to the Rescue
It's Earth Month 2016 and the time has come to take seriously our impact on the planet. Toronto Public Library is happy to present the best of our collections on environmental education, geared to children, teens and adults. Watch for environmental displays in branches across the city and pick up some reading material. At the same time, please join us for Our Fragile Planet, our free environmental programming series. Learn about issues that impact our city, and what you can do to tread lightly on our planet.
Next Friday is Earth Day.
The library has been celebrating all month through the Our Fragile Planet environmental programming series and displays at the branches. The displays feature books, magazines and DVDs on topics such as conservation, recycling, sustainable living, gardening and more.The goal is to get people thinking about the environment and what we can do to make a difference.
While we should be thinking about the environment throughout the year, Earth Day is a great way to remind us of our impact on the natural world. Magazines are a great way to get us thinking about the issues. With thought-provoking articles and stunning images, it’s a good place to start.
Here are some magazines on the environment available at the library:
There are also wildlife magazines:
Try growing your own vegetables or planting flowers to attract wildlife. Here are some gardening magazines:
Environment and wildlife magazines available online:
Gardening magazines online:
It’s always important to be mindful of how we impact the environment. So let’s take this chance to make a difference.