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View Resource Co-evolution of Plants and Pollinators

The great diversity of insect species on earth can be attributed, in large part, to the process of insects co-evolving with plant species. Co-evolution is a change in the genetic composition of one...

http://www.pbs.org/americanfieldguide/teachers/insects/insec...
View Resource Global Climate Change for Educators

Large collection of resources for teachers of kids of all ages.

http://climate.nasa.gov/education/
View Resource Earth Gauge

Earth Gauge provides environmental and climate knowledge to broadcast meteorologists in order to increase the public?s knowledge to make environmentally informed decisions. Video, fact sheets, v...

http://www.earthgauge.net/
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 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/
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