Teaching Activity. By Julie Treick O’Neill and Tim Swinehart. 16 pages.
A role play on the Indigenous Peoples’ Global Summit on Climate Change asks students to develop a list of demands to present to the rest of the world at a climate change meeting.
Teaching Guide. By Alan Stoskopf. Facing History and Ourselves. 2002. 371 pages.
Resources for teaching about the eugenics movement in the United States.
Book – Non-fiction. By Lynne Cherry and Garry Braasch. 2008. 56 pages.
The science behind the climate change headlines, geared for young people.
Book – Non-fiction. By Clifford D. Conner. 2005. 554 pages.
New look at history of science, highlights hunter-gatherers, farmers, sailors, miners, blacksmiths, and more.
Film. Produced by Peter Bull, Justin Weinstein, Alex Gibney. 2010. 88 minutes.
A feature documentary that addresses the questions: Can coal be made clean? Can renewables and efficiency happen on a scale large enough to replace coal?
Series of short films on environmental and economic issues that make complicated issues easy to understand for middle school to adult viewers.