The Ellen MacArthur Foundation has worked with award-winning children’s author Christiane Dorion on her latest book, How We Make Stuff, released August 1st.
This engaging pop-up book, for children aged 7-12, investigates how we make some everyday products, and asks how we could make them differently by incorporating circular economy thinking.
How We Make Stuff has won The English Association’s 2013 Picture Book Award 4-11 in the non-fiction category 7-11! Click here to find out more.
Read the Guardian’s review of How We Make Stuff “here”: http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/grrlscientist/2013/jul/02/http-www-guardian-co-uk-science-grrlscientist-2013-jul-01-how-we-make-stuff-review
Click here to purchase the book from Templar Publishing
To coincide with the release of How We Make Stuff, we have developed an interactive website full of content that supports the book. Click below to visit the website:
The core text. Describing the basic shift from sustainability as 'doing less harm', and focussing on 'me and consumerism' to one of 'doing good' and 'systems and citizenship'.
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Film clips, publications, colour graphics, presentations…raw material for a range of educational activities.