What Is a Green Space? (Green Spaces #1)
This lesson introduces the idea of green spaces to students.
Disappearing Green Spaces & Environmental Justice (Green Spaces #2)
This lesson explores the benefits of green spaces, how green spaces are disappearing, and how the disappearance of green spaces relates to environmental justice.
Indigenous Communities and the Environment (Green Spaces #3)
This lesson connects Indigenous communities with the natural environment.
With and Without Green Spaces (Green Spaces #4)
This lesson asks students to consider how their communities would look and feel with and without green spaces.
What Can We Do About Green Spaces? (Green Spaces #5)
This lesson explores ways in which students can address environmental injustice.
Transforming Knowledge Into Power (Green Spaces #6)
In this final lesson in the green spaces unit, students will use their knowledge to take action.
What Are Carbon Emissions? (Green Transportation #1)
This lesson introduces carbon emissions and the idea of carbon and ecological footprints to students.
Emissions by Mode of Transportation (Green Transportation #2)
In this lesson, students compare and contrast emissions from different modes of transportation and explore the concept of transportation planning.
Into the Mind of a Transportation Planner (Green Transportation #3)
This lesson explores different transit systems around the world and unpacks the decision-making process behind transportation planning.
Understanding the Power of Media (Green Transportation #4)
This lesson promotes students' understanding of the power and influence of the media.
Metro Campaign Creation Time (Green Transportation #5)
In this lesson, students explore critical media literacy and begin creating their advertisements.
Metro Campaign Presentations (Green Transportation #6)
This lesson features the final advertisement presentations and provides students with the opportunity to think about how to use these projects to make an impact in real life.
Sustainable Solutions to the Petroleum Agenda
In this lesson, students engage in critical media literacy, investigate the impacts of petroleum extraction, and create media to promote sustainable alternatives to petroleum-based products.