The Teacher-Friendly Guide to Climate Change
by I. Zabel, D. Duggan-Haas, R. Ross
Publisher: Paleontological Research Institution 2017
Number of pages: 294
This book includes both the basics of climate change science and perspectives on teaching a subject that has become socially and politically polarized. The focus audience is high school Earth science and environmental science teachers, and it is written with an eye toward the kind of information and graphics that a secondary school teacher might need in the classroom.
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