These sites cover topics about global warming, clean water, natural resources, greenhouse emissions. Here are diverse materials such as case studies, games, lesson plans, and interactive activities for teaching and learning environmental justice. Includes eThemes resources on global warming and the greenhouse effect.
Students can learn what may cause air pollution and what they can do to keep the air clean. Students also can learn how to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases and keep the air clean. Here are games and flash animations related to climate change topics.
This site includes collections of teacher guides covering topics like ecosystems and climate, wildlife, soil and ecosystems, sustainable agriculture and so on. Each guide includes a subject overview, objectives, and student activities.
This is a case study and includes a video clip about one of the largest oil spills in history: the 1989 Exxon Valdez spill in Alaska. Background essay and discussion questions are also provided. NOTE: This is a free resource, but registration is required for watching this video.
Commercially important rivers, such as the Rhine, were polluted in the last century. Read how the nations take efforts to manage this issue and achieve preliminary findings. NOTE: This is a free resource, but registration is required for watching this video.
Here is a video clip about how global warming impacts climatic changes and also explains how the greenhouse effect warms the Earth. Teachers can find background information and discussion questions from this site. NOTE: This is a free resource, but registration is required.
This is a website of an activist organization called Green Peace. Includes material on the effects of global warming and on energy policy issues. Contents cite a number of top scientists studying global warming who have determined that human activities are in fact changing the Earths weather.
These sites describe global warming and its impacts on the planet Earth and humans. There are statistics, illustrations, movie clips, and animations. Myths and facts, debates, lesson plans, and experiments are included. There are links to eThemes resources on Greenhouse Effect, Ozone, and Solar System: Earth's Atmosphere.
These sites describe the greenhouse effect and its impact on Earth and humans. There are statistics, illustrations, audio clips, and animations. Some sites include lesson plans, activities, and experiments. There are links to eThemes resources on Global Warming, Ozone, and Solar System: Earth's Atmosphere.