This collection features an array of resources that will help students make connections between Environmental Science concepts and the complex factors that accompany creating policies and responding to environmental concerns. Unit 3: Populations Populations change due to a variety of factors. The resources aligned with this unit examine what happens when human and ecological factors […]
Human actions and interactions with ecosystems across the globe, like the construction of nuclear power plants, deforestation and the reintroduction of species to old habitats, have significant consequences. This collection helps students explore the effects of environmental policies and processes, giving an understanding of the profound impact humans have on the planet. Healing the Ozone: […]
A worldwide effort to heal damage to the ozone layer is showing early progress.
Retro Report’s resources feature engaging short videos, lesson plans and student activities that are aligned to Advanced Placement courses in U.S. History, U.S. Government and Politics, Human Geography, Psychology and Environmental Science. This collection contains over 75 videos and lessons for use in the AP United States History course. The resources for Units 8 & 9 are […]
Honeybees, heroes in the national food supply, are under threat from parasites, exhaustion and a mysterious ailment. Here’s how beekeepers and scientists are fighting back to save the hives.
Ancient methods of collecting and storing rainwater are being used to address severe drought today.
Catastrophic accidents at power plants have heightened fears about the safety of nuclear energy, but environmentalists and others are giving it renewed attention as a way to fight global warming.
A disastrous oil spill off the coast of Alaska and massive explosion of a rig in the Gulf of Mexico revealed a pattern of unsettled standards and inconsistent oversight that cast doubt on the oil industry’s preparedness for future accidents.
Plant-based meats may be high tech, but the ideas behind them have been around for decades.
In the 1960s, fears of overpopulation sparked talk of population control. So what happened?