How to talk to your kids about climate change

A new video from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) explains the role of the environment in a child’s health and wellbeing.

In the video, Dr. Susan D. Mazzone and Dr. Michael P. McKean explain how to be the best environmental health advocates and how to support children to live healthier lives.

The video, which was produced by NIEHS and was shown to children and families at the United Nations Climate Summit in Paris in November, was released on Monday and the agency says it has received more than 300,000 views on YouTube and Facebook.

It is part of NIEHD’s new Climate Health Initiative, which aims to build upon the work of its NIECHs Environmental Advocacy Division.

It is designed to help schools, youth and communities understand how the environment can be a powerful ally to the health and well-being of children and communities.

The initiative includes a video on environmental education, which explains how to encourage young people to understand the connection between health and the environment, and how this can be used as a positive force to change behavior.

The message, the video said, is simple.

Be active and engage with your children in a way that helps them feel like part of the solution.

The NIEHs new video, produced by the NIEHR and NIEHT, was presented at the Niehls Climate Health Summit in the French capital.

In it, the two doctors explain how their research has shown that young children are not just healthy, they are also more resilient to environmental stressors.

They also explain how, in order to help children avoid a climate-induced stressor, the environment should be seen as a source of peace and love.

“It’s really about being able to be a good partner for your kids to feel connected to their environment, to know how important it is and to really love it and respect it and care about it,” McKeans said in a video accompanying the video.

The two scientists also explained how the public should be encouraged to take more responsibility for protecting the environment.

They said young people need to be able to understand that protecting the planet from pollution and climate change can have economic, social and cultural benefits, and that the way people think about climate is changing.

“I think that the world needs to take responsibility for this,” Mckeans said.

“The idea of climate change is one that’s so big, and so complex.

There’s so much of it that we don’t know about it yet.

So the fact that we have so much research that’s done, and it’s so complex, and we don to understand how it works and how it impacts our world, we have to take action,” McLeod said.

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