About - Food System Curriculum - Johns Hopkins University. FoodSpan is a free, downloadable high school curriculum that highlights critical issues in the food system and empowers students to be food citizens.
It is aligned to national education standards in science, social studies, health, and family and consumer sciences. This curriculum stimulates debate about crucial food system topics related to human health, the environment, equity, and animal welfare. The Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future developed FoodSpan as a natural outgrowth of the work it does to help build a healthier, more equitable, and more resilient food system. For tips on how to use FoodSpan, see Getting Started. FoodSpan is a second-generation curriculum, as it builds off the Teaching the Food System (TFS) curriculum that launched in 2011.
How much better is vegetarian food? Learn about an easy way to do something good for the environment — Think Footprint. Sources: Environmental Working Group, Meat Eater’s Guide to Climate Change and Health (2011); Natural Capital Ltd. 2009.
Life cycle assessment of Scottish wild venison. Scottish Natural Heritage Archive Report No. 024. Both sources provide values for emissions at farm gate, before processing and transportation. Why are emissions from meat so high? There are 2 rules to ballpark how much emissions your meat probably caused: 1. Farmed animals’ feed has usually been produced somewhere else and transported to the farm. 2. The digestive system of ruminating animals is different from ours. Interestingly, how far the meat has been transported is not very important Even when meat is transported far, emissions from transportation will likely be < 5% of total emissions. Where can you start to reduce your footprint? Meat supply in the UK has increased by 28% between 1985 and 2015 and in 2015 alone it increased by 5%.
What gases are greenhouse gases? How much do they contribute to the greenhouse effect? Documentation > Greenhouse effect > Greenhouse gases : what are they ?
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_abc Powtoon Transcript HI ESO CLIL 1! Dicember test. Testo Biology. L'Uomo e le Piante nella Preistoria. LA GRAMMATICA DI ENGLISH GRATIS. First Day ESL Activity: Introductions of English Students. The first day of teaching a new English class can be difficult for any foreign language teacher.
Often ESL schools don't provide much information concerning the class, so the teacher goes into class with only a vague idea of the true English level of the students. A university foreign language class may speak at a low intermediate level, and a high school ESL class may be advanced. This raises the problem of entering an English class with a lesson plan and ESL activity that quickly proves to be too hard or too easy. There is a very easy ESL activity that can help make the first day of English class go more smoothly, discover the true level of the students, provide opportunities to speak English and learn more about the ESL students.
Have the foreign language students introduce themselves in front of the entire class. Amazing Grazing: Activies and Lesson Plans for Grades K-12. Agriculture vocab. The 7-step Listening Challenge. How can your students develop their listening while away from your English classes ?
A learner training moment of reflection on how to take responsibility for their language acquisition. Quiz me. Micro-dictations/listening activities. Back in November, my pre-intermediate students were listening to a coursebook text.
There was an Irish speaker telling a story about his aunt and uncle’s holiday, and most of the students had no idea what he was saying. It wasn’t just his accent that was difficult for them. News Article: Farm machinery and sustainable agriculture must evolve together. Machinery’s role in an environmentally sustainable future is one of the issues covered in the publication. 17 January 2014, Rome – Farm machines have revolutionized agriculture and reduced drudgery for millions of farm families and workers, but the machinery of tomorrow will have to do more than that – it will also have to contribute to agriculture that is environmentally sustainable.
A new FAO book Mechanization for rural development, a review of patterns and progress from around the world, explores the inexorable rise of the use of machinery in farmers’ fields, drawing lessons for policymakers and economists from some of the big winners and also the regions lagging behind. For example, Bangladesh went from using human muscle and ox power in the early 1970s to being one of the most mechanized agricultural economies in South Asia, with 300 000 low-power 2-wheel tractors, a million diesel powered irrigation pumps and widespread mechanized crop threshing.
The Farm - English Vocabulary. China Increases Food Imports voa special english 2013. Farm-to-table idea. Learn English - English Farm Animals Vocabulary. Agriculture vocabulary.