Environment and Resource Management (CGR4E) with David
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Environment and Resource Management (CGR4E) with David
The following course outline "Environment and Resource Management (CGR4E)" is designed for an alternative secondary school setting by educator David Spencer.
Course Code: CGR4E
Course Description: Environment and Resource Management (CGR4E)examines the impact of human activities on the natural environment and emphasizes responsible resource management, mainly in the context of the local environment. Students will learn about ecosystem structures and processes, the ecological impact of human activities, and sustainable resource management, and will develop practical solutions to environmental and resource management issues.
Categories ---Percentage of the Course
Knowledge and Understanding: 15%
Culminating Unit: 15%
Final Evaluation: 15%
To view our class schedule and activities online, please visit WE (Wilderness Experience) with David Semester One.
- The Encyclopedia of Earth, a new electronic reference about the Earth, its natural environments, and their interaction with society. The Encyclopedia is a free, fully searchable collection of articles written by scholars, professionals, educators, and experts who collaborate and review each other's work. The articles are written in non-technical language and will be useful to students, educators, scholars, professionals, as well as to the general public.
- The billion tree campaign from the United Nations
- State of the Forest Industry in Canada
- Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability (IRES) at the University of British Columbia (UBC). Their mission is to foster sustainable futures through integrated research and learning about the linkages among human and natural systems, to support decision making for local to global scales. The Institute for Resources, the Environment and Sustainability (IRES) is both an interdisciplinary research institute and a major interdisciplinary graduate education program at the University of British Columbia.
- The Sustainability Institute (SI) is an award-winning, nonprofit, 501c(3) organization with a mission of empowering South Carolina communities to transform their homes and workplaces to conserve energy and reduce our overall environmental impact. While most environmental groups focus on land or water conservation, the Institute focuses on empowering South Carolina communities - people - to transform where and how we work and live. The Sustainability Institute's philosophy is about teaching and transferring skills, building expertise and being a cutting-edge resource to development more people to help lead this movement. They have an excellent book list on sustainability and green living.
- Sustainability Institute in Hartland, VT, U.S.A. applies systems thinking and organizational learning to economic, environmental and social challenges. They believe that unsustainability does not arise out of ignorance, irrationality or greed. It is largely the collective consequence of rational, well-intended decisions made by people caught up in systems – ranging from families and communities to corporations, governments and economies – that make it difficult or impossible to act in ways that are fully responsible to all those affected in the present and to future generations.
- Our Climate Ourselves a program to support people educating themselves, their friends, neighbors, and co-workers about climate change. Pieces of the program include: a compelling presentation on the climate system, supporting materials, and a training program for those who wish to carry this work into their own communities. The goal of the program is to shift the climate conversation in the US from “wait-and-see” to “why we must act now to have an impact in the future. Download details.
- Sustainability Institute based in Lynedoch, Stellenbosch, South Africa was established in 1999 by Eve Annecke and Mark Swilling, focuses on learning for sustainable living and is based within the Lynedoch EcoVillage Development, Stellenbosch. The focus has been combining practice with theory in a way that integrates ecology and equity in support of a sustainable South Africa, with special reference to ways of reducing and eradicating poverty. They run the Lynedoch Eco-Village an international living and learning centre focusing on studies and experiences in ecology, community and spirit, set in the heart of the Stellenbosch Winelands.
- Rachel Carson amd her book [Silent Spring]. Rachel Carson's environmental ethics. Rachel is on Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People of the Century.