Wednesday, 12 September 2018

New Eye Means Hurricane Florence May Get Stronger Before Slamming into the US 

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Friday, 15 June 2018

The battle begins for Hodeida, Yemen’s lifeline The Economist
Concepts of Thinking: Geographic Perspective, Spatial Significance

Inquiry: What might be needed to help bring this conflict to an end that will last?

Activity: Conduct an issue analysis to collect data on the stakeholders. Create a spatial journal of events and stakeholder interests. Develop a potential solution to the issue and share via story map.

Tuesday, 12 June 2018

The IEA’s first Global Energy and CO2 Status Report – released in March 2018 – provides a snapshot of recent global trends and developments across fuels, renewable sources, and energy efficiency and carbon emissions, in 2017.  


Concepts of Thinking: Patterns and Trends

Inquiry: How might this trend impact communities around the world .

Activity: Conducta an issue analysis to gain insight into the stakeholders perspective.  Create a spatial journal to show where some impacts may be felt. Create a story map to communicate findings.


First yellowtail farms to be ASC certified are Japanese



Inquiry: How might this certification impact ecosystems? 

Activity: Research fish farms and their impacts on the environment. Create a spatial journal of fish farms. Conduct an issue analysis of the stakeholders to develop a plan to create sustainable development of fish farms. Communicate plan via story map.

Thursday, 7 June 2018

1494: TREATY OF TORDESILLAS



Inquiry: More than 50 million Indigenous people were negatively affected by this treaty, how might this situation be corrected for their ancestors?

Activity: Collect info on the problem and conduct an issue analysis of the stakeholders. Create a spatial journal of the stakeholders. Develop a solution that helps the people whose ancestors were not taken into consideration at the time of colonization. Communicate solution via story map to an appropriate audience.

Tuesday, 5 June 2018

2017 Was Another Record-Busting Year for Renewable Energy, but Emissions Still Increased EMMA FOEHRINGER MERCHANT 

                   
Concepts of Thinking: Patterns and Trends, Interrelationships, Geographic Perspective, Spatial Significance

Inquiry: Why might emissions continue to increase even as renewable energy use is increasing?

Activity: Create a spatial journal of renewable energy and nonrenewable energy use. Conduct an issue analysis to help develop a plan of action to get more countries reducing nonrenewable energy sources. Communicate results via story map.

New Eye Means Hurricane Florence May Get Stronger Before Slamming into the US  By   Mindy Weisberger, Senior Writer  |  September 11, 20...