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I can't breathe A picture book which shows life before and after homo sapiens - Presented in COP27

Author Name: Earth Safety Valve | Format: Paperback | Genre : Others | Other Details

Under the Project, Climate Canvas we from the Earth Safety Valve are launching this book entitled, “I CAN’T BREATHE” which is presented in COP27 conference. This is a child-friendly book published with the motto of educating the younger minds in environmental conservation. In this growing era where climate change is a threat to the world, this book briefs you about life before and after the arrival of Homo-Sapiens which has revolutionised the world to the extent that, if this situation continues the world wouldn’t be able to breathe as a whole. This book has 3 sections where first and second parts are a replica of life on the planet before and after Homo-Sapiens while in the third part, readers can find some amazing puzzles and pictures of activities undertaken by climate warriors. With the sole efforts of the team - Ratna Singh, Aysath Rukshana, Diksha Singh, Prabhat Kumar Singh, Adegbehingbe Oyinkansola, Eniola, Monalisa Mapapu, Mariam Paktiawal and Olukorede Joy this book is being published solely for change-makers. Cheers to the young leaders who are the readers now, from the entire team.

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Earth Safety Valve

Born in January 2022 Earth Safety Valve is an international youth - led organization working for nature conservation and sustainable development. With the integration of young minds students from three continents and twelve countries we aim to serve better education to the people with respect to nature conservation. Our interventions are designed to equip human being with the better understanding of nature they live in and the challenges they confront. The aim is to explore the science of ecology and help young people broaden their perspective, think critically about the biosphere, tap their brain potentially and acquire skills to create long lasting impact. 

We are currently running a program ''Eco freak'' which aims to create open house on nature for students. This program operates research class, seminar room, masterclasses & workshop corners.