Calculate a household's greenhouse gas emissions online by answering
questions about the use of transport, home appliances, and wastes.
out what can be done to reduce a carbon footprint.
Visualising air pollution
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view the animation on this site.
Don't Mess With the Sea
Don't Mess with the Sea is a learning object created by the Marine
Environment Protection wing of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority.
It can be either used online or downloaded to a local computer. It is an
animated storyboard with sound showing the effects of garbage pollution
in the marine environment. The intended audience is primary school
No Magic Borders
In this lesson, students will learn about how important it is to take
of our land and protect it from pollution.
Spill Learning Center
Experiments for grade school, middle school, and high school; image gallery,
articles . There is information for obtaining the free Water-Resources
Education poster series.
Quiz: Air Pollution
Grades 4-5 - a series of experiments about the
properties of water and the effects of water pollution
Pollution - What Can You Do?
Grade 3 - This lesson is about air pollution
awareness. It will help students to understand what air pollution
is and how students can communicate their feelings about it.
Accountable for Your Environment
(Gr. 5) Complete, 24 lesson unit covering topics
such as natural resources, recycling, water pollution, water
conservation, air pollution, energy conservation and more.
- Earth Day Theme
A guide to online lesson plans and resources for
teaching about the environment, pollution, and saving the earth.
Air & Water
Air Pollution Word Search Activity
Air Quality & Transportation Lesson
Effects of Garbage on the Environment
Introduction to Air Pollution
It's Eating Away at You: Acid Rain
The Rubber Band Air Test
Lots of craft activities about the earth.
For smaller kids
Air Pollution: What's the Solution?
Welcome to Air Pollution: What's the Solution? an educational project for students, years 6-12, that uses online real-time
data to guide student discovery of the science behind the causes and effects of ground level
(K-12) The students will develop a positive attitude against littering.
Students will develop solutions to help reduce littering.
A convenient carrier or a marine killer? Heather Catchpole takes a look
at why plastic bags should no longer be tossed out with the garbage.
Plastic bags are handed out free each week in Australia by the millions.
They are cheap to make, lightweight, waterproof and convenient. But the
flipside of this convenience is that plastic bags are practically
indestructible. And the number that ends up in the environment each year