This week, we learned …
… how industrial runoff can kill us in ways we could never even imagine. Read of the week!
How else does runoff impact the environment? Use our picture-of-practice to learn more.
… global carbon emissions have reached an all-time high.
What are carbon emissions? Use our picture-of-practice to learn more.
… dogs and cats burned by the California wildfires are being treated (successfully!) with fish skins.
Read through our article to learn why being a little fishy is not a bad thing.
… London plans to make the Tube carbon-neutral by 2050.
Where is the world’s first carbon-neutral national park? Use our study guide to learn where, and how.
… the whaling culture of one of the most cooperative societies on Earth.
Use our lesson plan to help students investigate different peoples’ historic relationship with whales.
… what it’s like to walk every block in all five boroughs of New York City.
… the sage grouse is running out of protections.
Investigate the sage grouse and other endangered animals of the Americas.
… Tehran is sinking.
What other city is sinking? Use our gorgeous infographic to learn more.
… sea monsters had blubber.
Use our activities, lessons, and resources to swim with sea monsters.
… women may be better-suited for ultramarathons than men.
What are ultramarathons? Use our article to find out what they are, and what it takes to run them.