SUBJECTS: Science, Social Studies

TOPICS: Climate Change, International Comparisons, Wealth & Poverty

Resource Overview

Students work in small groups to determine the main environmental concerns during given periods of history and then specifically analyze how carbon use has changed over time. Students then participate in a comparison activity to determine how countries differ in terms of amount of carbon emitted and vulnerability to climate-related risks.


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