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Carbon Cycle

Trace the different carbon fluxes on Earth, before the industrial revolution and in the present day, and observe changes in the amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide.

Carbon Cycle

Trace the different carbon fluxes on Earth, before the industrial revolution and in the present day, and observe changes in the amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide.

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Carbon Cycle

Trace the different carbon fluxes on Earth, before the industrial revolution and in the present day, and observe changes in the amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide.

Carbon Cycle

Trace the different carbon fluxes on Earth, before the industrial revolution and in the present day, and observe changes in the amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide.

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Land food webs

Find the names of each species and try to find out who eats who in six different continental ecosystems. Then visualize the impact of climate change or human activities on these networks.

Land food webs

Find the names of each species and try to find out who eats who in six different continental ecosystems. Then visualize the impact of climate change or human activities on these networks.

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Ocean food webs

Get the right names for all the species and try finding out who eats whom in six different marine ecosystems.

Ocean food webs

Get the right names for all the species and try finding out who eats whom in six different marine ecosystems.

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The climate in our hands - Ocean and Cryosphere

This is the first teacher's guide book of the collection “The climate in our hands”, a series of volumes on the topic of climate change. The aim of this guide book is to support teachers in carrying out a range of activities on climate change and the ocean and cryosphere in their classrooms, and targets students from the upper end of primary school to the end of lower-secondary school (ages 9 to 15).

The climate in our hands - Ocean and Cryosphere

This is the first teacher's guide book of the collection “The climate in our hands”, a series of volumes on the topic of climate change. The aim of this guide book is to support teachers in carrying out a range of activities on climate change and the ocean and cryosphere in their classrooms, and targets students from the upper end of primary school to the end of lower-secondary school (ages 9 to 15).

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How can we act?

Find out what people and organisations all over the world are doing to adapt to or mitigate climate change.

How can we act?

Find out what people and organisations all over the world are doing to adapt to or mitigate climate change.