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View Resource Climate Change Impacts in Hawai'i: A summary of climate change and its impacts to Hawai'i's ecosystems and communities 2014

A summary of climate change and its impacts to Hawai'I's ecosystems and communities. It is now widely accepted that human activities are affecting global climate systems in a significant way. While...

http://seagrant.soest.hawaii.edu/sites/default/files/publica...
View Resource Ecoregion: Western Forests and Mountains Case Study

The forests and mountains of western North America stretch east from the Sierra Nevada and Cascade Ranges to the great Rocky Mountains and are among the most magnificent natural wonders in the world....

http://downloads.globalchange.gov/toolkit/eco-regions/Wester...
View Resource EPA Climate Change Facts: Answers to Common Questions

This page answers some of the most commonly asked questions about climate change and its impacts.

http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/basics/facts.html#ozonelaye...
View Resource Global Warming Lesson Plan: NOW on PBS

Is human activity bringing about alarming global warming scenarios and related catastrophes? Or is such thinking a myth brought about by flawed or incomplete science? Finding the answers to these...

http://www-tc.pbs.org/now/classroom/global-warming-lesson-pl...
View Resource Agricultural Energy Curriculum (agenergy)

Agricultural Energy teaching materials for instructors. Focused on harvesting energy from farms while considering cost and efficiency. Suited for high school and higher education…and completely free.

http://agenergyia.org/modules/
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