Lesson Plans: Climate, Land Rights and Water
Posted by Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting on December 5, 2016
Climate, Land Rights and Water
This week’s featured resource compiles nine lesson plans for middle school, high school and college teachers that are connected to reporting from Pulitzer Center grantees exploring climate change, land rights and water/sanitation in communities throughout the world. Some lessons were written by members of our education team, and others were written and shared by our community of educators. Issues explored in the attached lessons include the human impact of Australian-owned mines in Africa, rising temperatures in the Arctic, environmental sustainability in India’s fashion industry, debates over land rights in Africa and Southeast Asia, water crises in China and the discovery of oil in Kenya.
View the Lesson: http://pulitzercenter.org/builder/lesson/20061
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