Kids Reduce Their Carbon Footprint One Language at a Time

Cool the Earth, a US nonprofit runs in 100 U.S. schools to help children and their families reduce their carbon emissions.

Cool the Earth, a US nonprofit, runs in 100 U.S. schools, with the goal of encouraging 75,000 children and their families to reduce their carbon emissions. To date, their programs have reduced carbon emissions by 100 million pounds.

Not even language barriers will stop Cool the Earth from helping the planet. They welcome everyone and will speak their language. When two schools in the Bay Area contacted them and some of the students spoke Spanish and Chinese, they contacted Translation by Design to translate their materials into Chinese and Spanish.

Translation by Design was happy to offer a non-profit discount to support Cool the Earth’s awesome work. Read more about Cool the Earth in the Huffington Post.