SUBJECTS: Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies

TOPICS: Air Pollution, Climate Change, Oceans

Resource Overview

Students interpret various forms of data (graphic, written, and visual) and identify relationships between population growth, greenhouse gas emissions, temperature rise, land ice melt, and sea level rise.

Audio transcript of People and Climate Change: The Data Is In lesson plan video

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