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Learners will create a model that demonstrates the principles of kinetic molecular theory.

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Let's Talk Climate Change: Resources

Discover a set of resources to give you background knowledge on climate change.

Cars driving through thick smog

How Vehicles Pollute the Air

Learn how vehicles affect air quality, including their contribution to smog.

Illustration of congested and sustainable cities

Travel4Climate

During this project, students develop their critical thinking and problem-solving skills while exploring positive changes and emerging technologies together.

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Earth Month: Green Energy

An overview of environmentally-friendly ways to generate electricity and power our vehicles

Flood water with traffic sign submerged.

Earth Month: Climate Change

Discover the probable causes, likely effects, and potential ways to mitigate climate change.

Earth with thermometer

Climate Math

Learn about how to calculate temperature anomalies as a way of understanding how our climate is changing.

Illustration of the Earth

Summer Symposium Series: Climate Career Resources

A career focused on climate change and sustainability would let you help people by working to help solve the biggest problems of our time.

Photographie inbtermittente des étoiles de la Voie lactée, dans l'hémisphère sud du Chili, par Rodrigo Vidal.

Rodrigo Vidal

Architect, Teacher

My work helps people achieve the most comfortable temperature in their building.
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Clothing4Climate

Everyone wears clothes, no matter their socioeconomic background, age, or culture. The Clothing4Climate project encourages youth in Grades 7 to 12 to learn about the science behind climate change and the impact our clothing system has on the environment.

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Introduction to Heat Transfer

Learn about the different ways that heat is transferred.

Our climate is changing

Introduction to Climate Change

Learn more about the causes and impacts of global climate change.

Casting hot iron

What Causes Hot Things to Glow?

Getting electrons excited by heat can cause certain materials to give off visible light when heated - like filaments in light bulbs.

Hurricane Katrina as seen from space

Where Do Hurricanes Come From?

Hurricanes are a kind of tropical cyclone. But where do they come from? And why do they cause so much damage? This article will answer all your storm-related questions!

A variety of lava lamps

Lava Lamps

Lava lamps are very interesting to look at. But they are also interesting examples of buoyancy, heat transfer and solubility!

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Why is it colder in the winter even though the Earth is closer to the Sun?

Learn why we have seasons in this hands on activity.