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View Resource Great Lakes Information Network

This site was established by The Great Lakes Commission and includes information relating to: The Great Lakes, Environment, Economy, Education, Maps and GIS, and Tourism. Topics are comprehensive...

http://www.great-lakes.net/
View Resource California Education and the Environment Initiative

The Education and the Environment Initiative (EEI) is a free, state-sponsored k-12 curriculum that teaches science and history-social science standards through an environmental lens.

http://www.californiaeei.org
View Resource Impact of Climate Range on the Desert Pupfish

This activity is a resource for teachers of grades 5-8 to conduct a lesson on the impact of climate change on a specific species.

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc31127/
View Resource PolarHusky.com: Experience Authentic Learning Online: Arctic Transect 2004

This website is an educational tool documenting the travels of educators and dogs setting out to document arctic climate change and explore the ecology of the area. They gathered scientific data...

http://www.polarhusky.com/
View Resource www.PlanetFriendly.net

Sustainable Living and Action Information: People- & Planet-Friendly is a nonprofit service providing information about peace, environment, sustainable living, food, community, communication,...

http://www.planetfriendly.net
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