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Climate for learning

Climate for learning

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Published by University of Pittsburgh Press in Pittsburgh] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Maurice J. Thomas [and others.
    ContributionsThomas, Maurice Jacob, 1902-1967., University of Pittsburgh. School of Education, Tri-State Area School Study Council.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB7 .C57
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 110 p.
    Number of Pages110
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6132877M
    LC Control Number53005388
    OCLC/WorldCa3135695

    Teaching Climate Change in the United States is the first-of-its-kind effort to show the breadth and depth at which true climate education – education that engages and empowers young people to take on the defining crisis of our time – is already happening across our country. This is a book to encourage and inspire climate educators of all. Teach your students about weather with these printables. Includes reading warm-ups, learning about evaporation through collecting data and creating a graph, and hands-on activities from a printable book. Climate Activities. Science Reading Warm-Up: Hurricanes. Weather Printable Book (Grades ) Air Quality and the Weather -- Student Worksheet.

    Learn why Earth’s climate is growing warmer, and find out about the possible devastating effects of climate change. As they read along, kids will learn how they can help fight global warming by changing little things in their everyday lives.   Despite the scientific consensus on climate change, drastic uncertainties remain. Crucial questions about changes in regional climate, trends of extreme events such as heat waves, heavy precipitation, and mega-storms, and understanding how climate varied in the distant past, must be answered in order to improve predictions, assess impacts and vulnerability, and aid mitigation and .

    Climate assessment activities are increasingly driven by subnational organizations—city, county, and state governments; utilities and private companies; and stakeholder groups and engaged publics—trying to better serve their constituents, customers, and members by understanding and preparing for how climate change will impact them locally. So You Want to Learn About the Climate Crisis: A Quick Guide to the Basics. In Climate Crisis , we outline the basics of climate change in plain language, provide tips on how to take action, and list additional helpful r you’re learning about the climate crisis for the first time or simply need a refresher, you’ll gain answers to key questions like.


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