Mom always warned us never to play with our food… but no one said that the wrappers were off limits.
Explore the properties of carbon dioxide in your soda pop.
Mixing Pop Rocks and soda let’s you discover the secret behind the famous popping candy.
In this episode, we’re answering a question from listener Katelynn: “Why is car exhaust bad for the planet?”
Explore the connections between technology, population and rising atmospheric CO2.
Reporter Jeff Delviscio investigates how we measure CO2 in the atmosphere.
NPR food and agriculture correspondent Dan Charles explains how regenerative agriculture works and why the idea is having a moment.
In this kinesthetic model, students will learn that plants need carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight to carry out photosynthesis.
What is ocean acidification, and who is affected by it? In this ocean acidification mock conference, your students will practice arguing a stance on the issue from a particular stakeholder’s perspective.
In this activity, students will be transformed into strategically low-impact world travelers.