Take a closer look at how the atmosphere keeps our planet warm.
In this activity, students will learn about how human lifestyles cause the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide to be released into the air.
Moooove over, dairy milk: the alternative milk craze is here. But are they more than just a frothy fad?
Of the nearly 200 nations that signed the agreement, the U.S. is the only one to walk away from its promises to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Use the Carbon Café food cubes to initiate conversation about making better food choices for the health of our environment, through developing an understanding of relative carbon footprints of various foods.
We know that melting glaciers lead to sea level rise, but what else?
In these two activities, students will explore two consequences of burning fossil fuels: air pollution and the greenhouse effect.
In this activity, students will be transformed into strategically low-impact world travelers.
Real-time air traffic reveals travel patterns occurring on timescales far more rapid than species migration.
Weather vs. climate, engineering design process, carbon cycle, greenhouse gases, climate change.