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The Ecological Impacts of Climate Change

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Educurious Team

on 29 April 2014

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Transcript of The Ecological Impacts of Climate Change

Modules 1 & 2
Social context of Climate Change
What do you and your community know about climate change?
Explore Six Americas- national attitudes
Create a community attitude survey
Get your Fast Plants started
Modules 3,4 & 5 Evidence for Climate Change
What is the difference between climate and weather?
Watch Lara Hanson video on climate change
Are greenhouse gases increasing?
Where are the gases coming from?
Modules 6,7,8 & 9
Ecological Impacts of Climate Change
How do we value "Ecosystem Services"?
View video- A Brief Ecology Lesson
Study timing of plant an animal lifecycle events-
Collect data for a
Citizen science
Design and conduct a climate experiment on Fast Plants and get expert feedback
Conduct local and global - plant and animal case studies
Think about impacts on humans
Modules 10 &11
Evaluating Evidence and Taking Action
How does popular media discuss climate change?
Collect and compile your evidence
Draft and review Fast Plant results
Create an infographic with 6 pieces of evidence
Present your results
The Ecological Impacts of
Climate Change

What are the ecological impacts of climate change?

Need to Know Question
The Project
Create an
with evidence concerning the impacts of global climate change including:
Community attitude survey
Evidence for CO2 in the atmosphere
Global impact on species
Local species impacts
How to reduce human impacts
Your own experiment with Fast Plants
Why Care?
There is mounting evidence that human activities are causing global warming or climate change.
This could mean:
rising sea levels
loss of species
droughts and floods
more violent storms
And many people are doing nothing about it.....
Some people don't believe it's real....
Become informed and
you can make a difference!
Get Started
Now explore the knowns, unknowns, and opinions about climate change and its effects.
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