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from National Geographic News

First of Its Kind Map Reveals Extent of Ocean Plastic

The first ocean plastic trash map: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/07/140715-ocean-plastic-debris-trash-pacific-garbage-patch/

Infographic Endangered Oceans --> http://www.biologicaldiversity.org/campaigns/endangered_oceans/index.html

While we don't agree with 100% of the choices they deem "low mercury" this article still contains some good info on mercury contamination and fish!

Are you aware that out of all the heavy metals that are found in the environment, mercury is the most dangerous? Mercury can poison you in many ways – even through the fillings your dentist puts in your mouth.

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There is currently a battle waging across the planet over genetically modified (GM) crops. It seems like not a month goes by when a new report is released on the health, environmental or productivity aspects of GM organisms. The GM biotech industry tries to assure governments and the public about the safety and efficacy of their products, while study after study calls into question its claims.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

The Story of Stuff - Worksheet, Crossword and Discussion Questions {Editable}

The Story of Stuff is a FREE 20 minute animated YouTube video that teaches students about the ecological consequences of consumerism. This lesson bundle provides you with resources to help you teach this topic alongside the video. Great for any unit on ecology!

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Celebrate Earth Day With 21 Task Cards

'Celebrate Earth Day with 21 Task Cards' contains 21 Earth Day related task cards and all of the supporting worksheets, graphic organizers, and activities needed to complete the tasks on the 21 task cards. Each task card includes directions for an interactive and engaging activity or includes a question that will encourage thinking about our impact as humans on our environment.

BIG HISTORY PROJECT Take your students on a 13.7 billion year journey. Ask the big questions about our Universe, our planet, life and humanity. Explore where we are going in the future and challenge your students to develop the skills and knowledge they need to get there.