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View Resource EE Toolbox (Environmental Education)

The Environmental Education (EE) Toolbox is an organized collection of publications for educators who conduct environmental education teacher inservice programs. The EE Toolbox is intended to advance...
View Resource Microeconomics and the Environment

This module places the standard economic analysis of externalities and public goods in the context of the two paradigms of economics and ecology. It presents elements of economic analysis of the...
View Resource CDC Climate Change and Occupational Safety and Health

Climate change is any significant variation in temperature, precipitation, wind, or other type of weather that lasts for decades or longer. These changes have the potential to affect human health in...
View Resource NASA: Ozone Hole Watch

View the latest status of the ozone layer over the Antarctic, with a focus on the ozone hole. Satellite instruments monitor the ozone layer, and we use their data to create the images that depict the...
View Resource US DOL Pacific Northwest National Laboratory STEM Education and Work-Based Learning Resource Cards

The Partnership for Arid Lands Stewardship (PALS) Teacher Resource Cards provide information on the abiotic (e.g. climate, geology, etc.) characteristics, the vegetation and the terrestrial and...
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