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TeacherSource . Math . Population Growth Population Simulation with M&M's (Grade Levels: 6 - 9) Earth Day Concepts: Overview | What We Do Adds Up Recycling | M&Ms | Fish Pond | Answers | Career Connections | More Math Concepts This activity involves two simulations with M&M's® to explore population growth and decay. This activity is best done by pairs of students (but can be done individually). a small paper cup with about 30 to 40 M&M's and an activity sheet. Introduction You may want to begin the activity with a short discussion to address the question, "What is a model?". The important components of Earth Day are that we make a big impact on this planet and that we are not alone. You are going to use M&M's to simulate and model the population decay and growth in a fish pond. Simulation for Population Decay 1. Have pairs of students gently pour the M&M's, and remind them not to eat the M&M's until you say it is O.K. 2. It is good to walk through this step with the students. 3. 4. 5. Simulation for Population Growth 6. 7. 8. 9.
Plastic Pollution in Oceans Environmental Issues > Oceans Main Page > All Oceans Documents The Basics We're treating the oceans like a trash bin: around 80 percent of marine litter originates on land, and most of that is plastic. Plastic that pollutes our oceans and waterways has severe impacts on our environment and our economy. Seabirds, whales, sea turtles and other marine life are eating marine plastic pollution and dying from choking, intestinal blockage and starvation. Read more » What it Means to You Plastic pollution affects every waterway, sea and ocean in the world. Solutions The most effective way to stop plastic pollution in our oceans is to make sure it never reaches the water in the first place. NRDC is working on three key strategies to curb plastic water pollution in the U.S. and beyond: 1. 2. 3. What You Can Do Marine plastic pollution shows us that we cannot really throw anything "away." 1. 2. 3. Conduct a waste audit and share the information. 4. 5. last revised 3/8/2014
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Ecological Footprint Quiz The footprint quiz is powered by Adobe Flash. It will only run on devices running Adobe Flash. Sign up for our newsletter What is the Ecological Footprint? The Ecological Footprint is a resource accounting tool that measures how much biologically productive land and sea is used by a given population or activity, and compares this to how much land and sea is available. Productive land and sea areas support human demands for food, fiber, timber, energy, and space for infrastructure. What does the Ecological Footprint measure? Global hectares are hectares with world-average productivity for all productive land and water areas in a given year. How accurate are Ecological Footprint measurements? What can Ecological Footprint Analysis tell us about the future of the planet? What is the proper way to use the term Ecological Footprint? How is an Ecological Footprint calculated? How does the Ecological Footprint address waste flows? How does the Ecological Footprint account for recycling?
The Response » THE CLEAN OCEANS PROJECT Our Organization The Clean Oceans Project (TCOP) is a 501c3 non-profit created to develop efficient and effective methods of eliminating plastic from the ocean. Our Plan TCOP’s multi-phase approach involves research, education and direct action integrated into a cohesive long-term plan. Training shoreline surveyors creates local awareness and promotes ocean stewardship. To measure progress we monitor plastic debris deposition rates at isolated shore stations which is far more accurate than oceanic sampling. Disposal TCOP will utilize plastic-to-fuel conversion systems on board collection vessels to transform plastic into diesel fuel eliminating the need to dispose of the waste in a landfill and providing fuel for collection operations. Long Term Commitments TCOP is committed to a comprehensive global approach to plastic pollution. We are committed to research and technical innovation to facilitate an accurate awareness of plastics pollution. Support and Funding Our Message
Quick Earth Day Ideas for Middle Schoolers Celebrate Earth Day by helping clean up our environment. Use these ideas and activities to encourage your students to keep Earth healthy. Save Your Sneakers Challenge students to organize a shoe drive. Eat an Earth-Friendly Lunch Invite students to join you for lunch. recyclables (glass, plastic, paper, and aluminum) decomposables (such as banana and orange peels) reusables (plastic containers, thermoses, etc.) Keep track of the items on a chart. Collect Cans By recycling one aluminum can, you’re saving the same amount of energy it takes to light a 100-watt bulb for 20 hours, a computer for three hours or a television for two hours. Cut Down on Junk Mail Ask students for their families’ permission to collect a week’s worth of junk mail and bring it to school. Handmade Paper Making your own paper isn't as difficult as you may think. Materials Needed Directions Attach a piece of metal screen to a wooden frame.
Home Celebrate Earth Day Earth Day is observed around the world on April 22. The first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970, and is considered the birth of the modern environmental movement. Before 1970, the health of the environment was not a common concern, even as industry poured chemicals and smoke into the air. After the 1969 oil spill in Santa Barbara, Calif., Gaylord Nelson, a U.S. senator for Wisconsin, organized a nationwide demonstration against the pollution and the deterioration of the environment. Use these lessons, articles, book lists, and other activities to continue the tradition of promoting environmental awareness on April 22 or any time throughout the school year.