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Noella Environmental Education Science Comics Volume 1
Noella Environmental Education Science Comics Volume 1
Noella Environmental Education Science Comics Volume 1
Noella Environmental Education Science Comics Volume 1
Noella Environmental Education Science Comics Volume 1

Noella Environmental Education Science Comics Volume 1

Infinity Eight Productions

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Product Description: For the parents who want their children to learn more about climate change, the Noella ebook is a great place to start! Join Noella in this graphic novel as she helps make the world a cleaner place. With roots based in academics, the Noella Comics Series educates children about the changing planet and inspires them to become better environmental citizens. In this edition, we have distilled the takeaways of university research papers from leading institutions and present them in a fun, light, and approachable way. Volume 1 features comics based on publications from Columbia, Harvard, MIT, Oxford, Stanford, and Yale. 

About Infinity Eight: 

We educate youth on the current affairs of climate research. Education is key to creating a new generation of environmentalists.

Founder & CEO, Louis Yuen has been a professional architect for over a decade of experience working on high end design projects. From 2008 to 2010, he worked on the Disneyland project in Shanghai, where he became painfully aware of China's pollution problems. He decided to educate current and future generations on how to make our planet a better place. Louis now spends his time on his dream of creating animated projects dedicated to environmental preservation. He knows animation has the power to enlighten, and his passion has always been to bring animation project ideas to life.

The President, Charlie Kistler is a president and producer of Infinity Eight Productions. Charlie, a former camp counselor, ski instructor, lacrosse coach, and mentor has long been interested in teaching and coaching kids. He first became involved in climate issues while volunteering for Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland. He holds an MBA from UCLA and a BA in Biology from Whitman College and previously worked as an infectious disease researcher and oncology consultant. In his free time, Charlie loves to ski, garden, and go hiking with his dog.