Planetary Heroes

Unit 4: Enivronmental Science
Lesson 15 of 15

Objective: SWBAT research an individual who has made an impact in the fight against environmental demise to create a metaphorical poster that signifies the person they have researched as a hero, and the environmental issue as a villain.

Big Idea: People who work to save our planet are everyday heroes, and it's time they get the credit they deserve!

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Science, waste, Carbon, environment, oil, Air
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