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  EE Activities - Consumption and Lifestyle

Links on this page are for activities and materials dealing with consumption, lifestyles, and resource distribution.

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Captain Olin's Odyssey  Popular!
Captain Olin's Odyssey is an interactive web site designed to teach students in grades 5-8 about water quality, recycling, and safe chemicals through experiments and stories. From Olin Corp.

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Center for A New American Dream
Information on consumption related curricula, such as :"Living in a Material World: Lessons on Commercialism, Consumption, and Environment;" Earth Education: A New Beginning;" and "Seeds of Simplicity Core Curriculum Packets."

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Global Learning: Sustainable Development Program
The Sustainable Development Program has developed three teacher resources focusing on the interrelated concepts of the environment, development and equity for middle and high school students. Sample lessons and ordering information are available on line.

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Global Perspectives on Fast-Food History
Downloadable lesson plans on history, economy, politics of cheeseburgers and pop. From American Forum for Global Education.

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Natural Systems Thinking Process
Learning how to genuinely reconnect our thinking with nature has proven to replace destructive psychological bonds with constructive relationships.

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The Great Green Web Game
"The Great Green Web Game is a fun and informative way to learn more about how your consumer habits can help or hurt the environment. Created by the Union of Concerned Scientists."

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