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The Urban EE Colloquium is a way to learn from experts in urban environmental education and related fields. Over several weeks starting in November 2016, we will share selected short video lectures by scholars and practitioners about various aspects of urban EE.

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This new climate change documentary presented by National Geographic features Leonardo DiCaprio traveling to five continents and the Arctic to witness climate change firsthand. I highly recommend it for anyone high school age and older. It is a powerful film (almost 2 hours long) and appropriate as an introduction to the subject, a culminating experience for a unit, or a tool for generating discussions regarding what I/we should do NOW.

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These two videos (one about the link between climate change and extreme weather events; the second about the link between climate change and wildfires) have been spotlighted by the CLEAN network as useful resources for educators. All CLEAN resources have been vetted by climate scientists and educators. CLEAN supports teaching and learning about climate and energy with 600+ free peer-reviewed, scientifically accurate, and classroom-ready resources.

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Bullfrog Film's newest documentary release, JUMBO WILD, highlights the 25-year battle in Canada's iconic Jumbo Valley. This battle pits developers of a large ski resort against conservationists, backcountry skiers and First Nations, who revere it as home of the grizzly bear spirit.

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Using video clips from public meetings that were part of implementing California’s Marine Life Protection Act (MLPA) Initiative, a new tool enables users to explore strategies for facilitating the different stages of collaborative decision making. For example, users can explore in detail how to start a public process, maintain control of it, reach agreements, and more.

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Explore the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation's Coral Reef Ecology Curriculum and learn about the underwater world of coral reefs. This free comprehensive curriculum contains background information, lesson plans, interactive exercises, graphics, photos, videos, worksheets, and quizzes. Try it now to explore custom units on a wide range of topics including classification, anatomy, feeding, and reproduction. You can even create an account to keep track of your scores on quizzes (or the progress of your students), earn badges, and learn at your own pace. Materials can be used sequentially or individually.

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