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Jenny Tsui

Jenny is a writer and editor in the field of education. She is an aspiring environmentalist who hopes to inspire young learners to care for the planet – one article at a time!

Latest Articles from Jenny Tsui

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Does Noise Pollution Harm Marine Life?

The ocean is a noisy place. Waves, storms, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and marine animals all produce sound. Humans, too, are […]

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How Did the Atacama Desert Become a Fast Fashion Graveyard?

The Atacama Desert in Chile is one of the driest deserts in the world. It is known for its otherworldly […]

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Why Are Frogs Endangered?

In Panama, golden frogs used to be a common sight in its wet rainforests. 20 years ago, a walk along […]

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How Can We Build A Sustainable City? A Kid-Friendly Guide

Today, more than half of the world’s population lives in cities (that’s 4.4 billion people!) and in the future, cities […]

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8 Facts About the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

In 1997, a racing boat captain by the name of Charles Moore was sailing from Hawaii to California when he […]

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A Zero Waste Challenge for Kids

Take a look in your waste bin. What’s in it? Are there some food scraps and containers from lunch or […]

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What Is Greenwashing and How Do We Spot it? A Kid-Friendly Guide

Climate change is the most pressing issue in today’s world. As scientists urge governments and individuals to take drastic action […]


Global Recycling Day 2023: A Kid-Friendly Guide to Recycling

Recycling is one of the most important things we can do for the environment today. When we recycle, we turn […]

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The Importance of Glaciers Explained to Kids

Ice is nature’s best thermometer. When the temperature rises, ice melts. There is no better indicator of climate change and […]

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What Is Deep Sea Mining?

The deep sea may be our planet’s last remaining frontier. More than 80% of the ocean has never been explored […]


The Benefits of Rewilding Explained to Kids

Nature is full of wonders. From spectacular coral reefs beneath the ocean to high mountain ranges, our planet is home […]

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Plastic Roads: An Innovative Solution to Reduce Waste

Our planet is drowning in plastic trash – 6.3 billion tons of it and counting. Plastic takes more than 400 […]

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Can We Bring Back the Tasmanian Tiger?

The thylacine, also known as the Tasmanian Tiger, was a marsupial that once lived in Australia. Despite its name, the […]

air pollution

A Kids’ Guide to Air Pollution

The air you breathe is not as clean as you may think. Air pollution is a big problem in the […]

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6 Interesting Facts About Fast Fashion for Kids

Fast, cheap fashion has been on the rise since the early 2000s. It has not only changed the way we […]

Plastic Recycling for Kids

A Guide to Plastic Recycling for Kids

Plastic pollution is a huge problem for our planet today. Every year, humans produce an astounding amount of plastic waste […]

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Biodiversity Hotspots Explained to Kids

There are places on Earth that are both biologically rich and deeply threatened by human actions and climate change. For […]

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Why is the Horseshoe Crab Endangered?

Horseshoe crabs have been around for more than 400 million years. They are older than dinosaurs and have survived 4 […]

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Wildlife Crossing Explained to Kids

Every year, a staggering number of animals are run over by cars. In the United States alone, more than a […]

fun facts about fungi

5 Fun Facts About Fungi

Fungi are all around us. They’re in the soil, in the air, and on our bodies! Many of them are […]

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Can We Build a Solar Power Station in Space?

Solar energy is the most abundant source of energy on the planet. The sun has produced energy for billions of […]

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4 Global Warming Facts for Kids

We prepared a short, kid-friendly guide about one of the most pressing issues of our time. Understanding this will give […]

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What is Plastic Pollution?

Humans produce around 300 million tonnes of plastic waste every year. That is almost equivalent to the weight of the […]

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Why are Koalas Endangered?

Koalas are among the world’s most popular and loved animals. Unfortunately, their number has been decreasing every year. Today, scientists […]

endangered species for kids

What are Endangered Species?

Earth is home to lots of wonderful wildlife. There are over 8 million species of plants and animals that live […]

music and the environment

The Relationship between Music and the Environment

In December 2021, musicians all around the world signed the Music Climate Pact. It is a promise to do their […]

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How Eco-Friendly is an Electric Car?

Over the past decade, the electric car has grown rapidly in popularity. In 2010, there were only about 17, 000 […]

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Why Are There Tuskless Elephants?

Since the 16th century, humans have hunted elephants for their tusks. In the 19th and 20th century, elephants were so […]