All our comics are based on university studies. Rooted in academics, the Noella Comics Series educates children about our changing planet!
For parents who want their children to learn more about climate change, the Noella comics are a great place to start.
In this edition, research papers from leading academic institutions are distilled into fun, light, and approachable ways. Volume 1 features comics based on publications from Columbia, Harvard, MIT, Oxford, Stanford, and Yale.
Based on the research of scientist from Marco Tedesco. Adapted from a Columbia University article.
Based on research of scientist Eloise Marais. Adapted from a Harvard University article.
Based on the work of scientist Jacopo Buongiorno and with help from Robert Patrick White. Adapted from an MIT article.
Based on the work of scientist Rob Jackson. Adapted from a Stanford University article.
Based on the work of scientists Yadvinder Mahli and Brian Enquist. Adapted from an Oxford University article.
Based on the research of scientists Karen Seto and Richa Mahtta. Adapted from a Yale University article.
This comic series covers advanced research topics from around the world and somehow manages to make it accessible for children from ages five and up! Readers join a cast of animal (and some non-animal) characters as they set out to fight climate change in short stories based on research published by scientists from top universities. The research topics are distilled enough for early readers to understand, but still contain enough information and science to support the case for action against climate change. This ebook would be an excellent digital resource for teachers, especially for those who find themselves teaching virtually or in a hybrid model. -- JT (Reviewer)
I have never seen academic citations presented in such a friendly, welcoming manner! Your citations truly are accessible and engaging, which aligns so well with your mission. -- Ian Shanahan (Editor in Chief)