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'The Story of Stuff' Founder Annie Leonard Launching Eco Kids Series

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You know The Story of Stuff, right?  Well, after receiving mega praise for her eco-focused videos, including The Story of Bottled Water, The Story of Cap and Trade, and The Story of Cosmetics, Annie Leonard is taking it to the next level.

The green video queen has teamed up with PBS Kids and WGBH to create eight animated web-based videos to teach kids how to think more deeply about the world they live in, and how to make smarter consumer choices.

The goal, of course, is to get children to start understanding more about where the products they purchase come from, how they’re made, and what happens once they are discarded. Very nice!

Check out a teaser clip below and tell us what you think! Is this something your little green monsters would watch?

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