Classroom/Laboratory Activity: Reconstruction of Paleoclimate by Using Isotopic Composition Data
A classroom/laboratory activity to learn about the isotopes of hydrogen and oxygen, analyze the isotopic composition of ice, and understand how isotopic compositions can be used to recreate past temperatures and climate. Students will plot
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Reading: Books on Climate Change Economics
A set of reading resources to learn and understand the economics of climate change.
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Psychology and Global Climate Change: Addressing a Multi-faceted Phenomenon and Set of Challenges
This reading resource can be used by educators teaching Psychology or Social Sciences to show the psychological dimensions of climate change. It contains six sections that include
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Classroom/Laboratory Activity: Hadley Circulation—Heat Transport in the Atmosphere
A classroom/laboratory activity to learn about radiation, heat transport, convection, and energy/mass conservation by interpreting and mapping the Hadley Circulation.
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Collection of Teaching Modules: Climate Justice
Teaching modules to learn about climate justice in the context of the world and in the context of British Columbia (BC).
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Reading: Safeguarding Human Rights in the Context of Climate Change
A reading to learn about the effects of climate change on human rights, governmental responsibility in addressing these human rights issues, assessment of actions implemented, and recommendations on integrating human rights considerations with climate adaptation
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Videos: Climate Change and the Biosphere
A series of micro-lectures (videos) for an overview of the relationships between the Earth's climate, the biosphere, and the lithosphere. Climate Science Education Series A collection of micro-lectures  by Raghu Murtugudde, Professor, University of Maryland, USA Developed
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Video: Trade Winds
Climate Science Education Series Developed by Science Media Center, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune, India Trade Winds
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Has Humanity Pushed Earth into a New Geological Epoch: the “Anthropocene?”
In this audio podcast from the Climate History Podcast, “Professor Dagomar Degroot interviews Professor John McNeill (Georgetown University) about the Anthropocene: the proposed geological epoch in which Earth’s environment is most profoundly shaped by humanity.”
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Visualization: Blackbody Spectrum
A visualization and associated activity to explain how Planck’s Law can be used to plot blackbody curves of objects with different temperatures, the relationship between temperature and peak wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum, and the
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Video: Human Health, Vector-Borne Diseases, and Climate Change
This video gives an overview of Climate and Health, and especially about the vector-borne diseases. 
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Classroom/Laboratory Activity: Modeling the Effect of Changes in Radiation on Planetary Temperature
A classroom/laboratory activity to model how changes in the radiation entering or leaving the Earth affect the temperature of the planet.
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