A new report by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has highlighted the importance of educating kids about the conservation status of the wilds, and has called on states to pass conservation measures that encourage kids to understand how to live with wild plants and animals.
The report, released Thursday, calls for a broadening of education about conservation and a recognition that climate change is affecting the landscapes and habitats of children.
The focus of the study, which included a survey of 5,000 students in grades 4-8, is on three themes: wildlife and habitat management, the role of public lands in protecting natural resources, and protecting natural resource-rich landscapes.
The study also looked at what children know about plants and wildlife, the effects of climate change on wild animals, and what is at stake for our planet as the planet warms.
In its report, the USFWS also calls on states and cities to pass climate-friendly laws and policies, including planting trees and reforestation, and to make sure that the public lands of the U,S.
The findings come amid growing calls from environmental activists to change the climate change agenda, especially in the U.
“It’s critical for the public to understand the effects that climate action has on wildlife and plants,” said Dr. Brian Stemmler, director of the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), a group that advocates for conservation of wild species.
“It’s crucial to educate kids about how the planet is changing, and we need to keep up the fight to make that change happen.”
The report includes the findings of a study by the Pew Charitable Trusts and the National Academy of Sciences.
The Pew study, released in 2016, found that people have a “sense of the world” that is often “overwhelmingly negative.”
The WCS said the Pew study showed that only 6 percent of people believe the earth is warming, and only 10 percent believe humans are causing climate change.
Stemmlers report also looked into the issue of climate literacy, highlighting that kids have a higher rate of poor or no knowledge of the topic than adults.
While there is a lot of misinformation and misinformation about climate change, and some people have even attempted to convince their kids that they should not be concerned, the WCS said that it is important to educate children about the environmental impacts of climate and to remind them that the world is changing and that the environment is changing.
The WCS report also highlighted how important it is to teach children about what it means to live in a global society.
“There are so many different types of people who can be involved in protecting our planet,” Stemmelers said.
“Children need to understand that if we’re going to make a difference in this world, we need everybody in this country to play their part.”
The USFWC study said the average age of students in the survey was 10.5, with 18.6 percent being between the ages of 5 and 11.
The researchers also found that a majority of students were not in grade school and had not completed high school.