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This project aims to answer these questions.
Watch the following video to learn about current major global environmental issues.
Discuss the issues presented in the video. Think about which of these issues will directly affect your lives and which of them will affect your children.
What problems do we have to deal with?
Form 8 groups. Open the 3D scenes and watch the videos to learn about how certain environmental, social or economic issues disrupt the environmental balance.
Choose a spokesperson who will present the issues you have mentioned.
Global issues affect the life of each individual.
Experts are continuously warning us about the difficulties that humanity will face.
The ecological footprint represents the demands that an individual, groups, countries or even regions place on natural resources.
For example, according to current calculations, 1.7 hectares would be the maximum area a person would need in order to survive, which means that this should be the ecological footprint of a person. Unfortunately, however, the world-average ecological footprint per person is much higher.
Look for calculators on the Internet with which you can calculate your ecological footprint.
Look for data about the ecological footprint of various countries.
Create diagrams using the data you have found.
Discuss how to interpret them.
In order to solve these problems, we need to find ways to reduce the negative impact that we have on the environment.
Although the problems are of a global dimension, we can and must take action at our own individual level.
Choose an environmental or economic issue that you know about and that you think it is important to fix. Look up options on how to tackle it.
Create a superhero, and draw a comic strip in which your superhero helps humanity to find a solution to the issue!
Look for articles and videos about people that have found effective ways to reduce their impact on the environment (for example by reducing how much they waste, or by saving energy). These people are everyday heroes!
Humans produce an increasing amount of waste. A change in our lifestyle could significantly reduce the production of household waste.
It is important to pay attention to each other, to learn about different, real life situations and to know the reasons for those.
This lesson presents the possibilities for utilising hydropower.
This lesson presents the possibilities for utilising solar energy.
This lesson presents how wind energy can be utilised.
This lesson presents soil formation, the components of soil, and soil protection.
This lesson introduces the properties of air.
Water is one of the most important substances on Earth. Let's learn more about it.
Discover the beauty and diversity of nature in this project.
Saving energy is a task for everyone, because the energy consumption of the Earth’s population is increasing very fast and it can soon exceed the Earth’s...
Only communities can make significant changes that contribute to a sustainable development.
Think about the impact that the current natural, environmental, economic and technological changes taking place in the present may have on our future.
In this lesson, you can learn about carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide.
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In this lesson you will learn about the Sun and how solar energy can be used.
We must live in such a way that our descendants can live in the future too.
A guide about the meaning of icons found in digital lessons and the possibilities of using them.
This lesson presents how solar energy can be utilised.
This lesson presents different types of mixtures and how the substances in the mixtures can be separated.
This lesson presents the production of waste water, its treatment and environmental impact.
Let's follow the journey of water and find out how it gets into our glasses.
In this lesson you will familiarise yourselves with special organisms, that is lichens.