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View Resource Teaching Climate Change (National Center for Science Education)

Climate has changed in the past ? sometimes slowly, sometimes abruptly ? but now it is changing because humans have become a force of nature and are altering the flow of matter and energy on the pla...

http://ncse.com/climate/teaching
View Resource MY NASA DATA Climate Change Lesson

MY NASA DATA Climate Change Lessons: The lessons featured on this page provide a few possible ideas for climate change related studies using MY NASA DATA.

http://mynasadata.larc.nasa.gov/lesson-plans/climate-change-...
View Resource Quest: Clue into Climate

Learn about the science of climate change – from what greenhouse gases are to how they warm the earth – and hear from people whose work helps us understand our changing planet.

http://ww2.kqed.org/quest/collections/clue-into-climate/
View Resource Climate Change Curriculum, Stanford University

A joint effort between the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences and the Stanford Teacher Education Program. Funded by NASA?s Innovations in Climate Education. There are resources a...

https://pangea.stanford.edu/programs/outreach/climatechange/
View Resource EPA Climate Change Impacts

The changing climate impacts society and ecosystems in a broad variety of ways. For example climate change can increase or decrease rainfall, influence agricultural crop yields, affect human health,...

http://www3.epa.gov/climatechange/impacts/
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