Daisyworld Model [Netlogo]

“This model explores the “Gaia hypothesis”, which considers the Earth as a single, self-regulating system including both living and non-living parts. In particular, this model explores how living organisms both alter and are altered by climate, which is non-living. The example organisms are daisies and the climatic factor considered is temperature.”

Integrating Sustainability Into Algebra Courses: A Manual For Instructors

This teaching manual for instructors contains modules that integrate sustainability themes in mathematics curricula. Modules in this manual include Milkweed and monarch butterflies, Wind energy, Greenhouse gas emissions associated with automotive fuels, and Carbon footprints and population growth.

US and China CO2 Emisisons

In this activity, students are provided with CO2 emissions, population, and per capita emissions data for the US and China from 1980 to 2014. This dataset and associated exercise can be used to teach introductory calculus and topics in integration such as Reimann Sums and area under curves to calculate total emissions and per capita emissions and their average rate of change for each country.