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This climate change primer gives teachers what they need to know about greenhouse gas pollution, and offers resources for teaching it.
School gardens are a great way to use the schoolyard as a classroom, reconnect students with the natural world, and teach them valuable food production skills that integrate with several subjects.
Intermediate students can learn the state of their planet by exploring sustainability and environmental solutions.
Climate change (les changements climatiques) is an important and timely topic for integrating environmental education in French as a Second Language classes.
Greening chemistry, by studying ways to reduce or eliminate toxic chemical substances, is an excellent way to integrate chemistry with sustainability education.
So many environmental efforts are aimed at individuals, but isn't the family a primary unit of change in our society? Sustainable family development helps families develop "green" competencies.
How about some information on plant nutrition? The world is actually depleting the sources of chemical fertilizer. Nitrogen in commercial fertilizer comes
Let the Lovin' Roll! God bless all mankind's mother, Planet Earth, and all the plants and creatures Livin' here! And Let's reJoice at ev'ry baby's birth,
O God, everything is possible with you. On this frightening situation, we seek your help and forgiveness, for we abuse your creation. We repent for our
Ecologicalizing education means integrating the principles of ecology and reinforcing ecological understandings throughout as much of our teaching as possible.
Our Mother, You are hurting and suffering from the selfishness and irresponsibility of your children. We dig into your womb, poison your streams and
Greening the holidays at school is vital. The festive season is the perfect time to teach life cycle analysis and sustainable development, as antidotes to consumerism and waste.