Explain to students that they will quantify tree loss in Tesso Nilo National Park. You will need to go back to the Global Forest Watch site and get students to this map:
Welcome to the Years of Living Dangerously (YEARS) central education website, where you will find climate smart educational resources and learning opportunities that correspond to the science and issues presented in the series.
The real stories and changes occurring in our natural world as told in YEARS offer middle and high school students, teachers and parents the foundation for experiential learning through analyzing the science of climate change, distinguishing facts from opinions, and investigating solutions. Here we offer age- and developmentally-appropriate curriculum, resources, online learning, contests and events which relate to daily life.
Students and faculty at the college and university level will find materials and case studies to demonstrate leadership in advancing sustainability. We see many signs of encouragement and inspiration coming from campuses across the country. However we hope to engage dramatically more young people and develop their leadership skills and environmental knowledge at a scale that is unprecedented to successfully confront the challenges before them.