Using Student Carbon Footprint Data to Connect to the Climate Change Debate (Day 1 of 2)

Unit 3: Unit 3: Basic Chemistry in Biology
Lesson 1 of 12

Objective: Students will be able to analyze their own carbon footprint, share their data on an international website, and engage in conversations with students across the globe concerning the human impact on climate change.

Big Idea: Use a carbon footprint calculator and an online discussion forum to get your kids talking about climate change and how they can help!

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Biology / Life Science, Science, acid rain, Climate Change, Ecology, ocean, Chemistry, Carbon, climate change, carbon cycle, discussion norms/protocols, fossils, water, pH
  50 minutes
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