Horton hits the big screen
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is working with 20th Century Fox in connection with their new movie, Dr. Seuss’ "Horton Hears a Who,” to help Americans and their kids learn about energy efficiency and ENERGY STAR.
Using the lyrical rhymes and colorful illustrations that are the hallmarks of Dr Seuss, EPA has two new brochures to remind us that – with help from Horton and ENERGY STAR – we can all do our part to fight global warming, save energy and protect the earth.
EPA has two new ENERGY STAR education pieces that incorporate the characters from the movie:
A Who’s Guide to Saving Our Planet, for Who’s of All Shapes and Sizes!
This activity book has games, puzzles, and words searches to help children learn about what they can do to be more energy efficient and fight global warming.
Now Hear This! Global Warming and You: What You Can Do at Home
This pamphlet highlights six steps everyone can take at home to be part of the solution to help protect the environment.
Horton will make his debut on the big screen March 14.