Books in the CWLMC
Green Living Topics
Science for Learning
Fair Trade USA
Fish, Meat, and Poultry
Environmental Working Group
US Food and Drug Administration
Genetically Modified Foods
Human Genome Project
Nonrenewable Resources Organization
Help Guide Organization
International Food Council
Recycling and Reuse
Reducing Your Carbon Footprint at Home
Reducing Your Carbon Footprint at School
Reducing Your Carbon Footprint in the Kitchen
University of Delaware Agriculture & Natural Resources
All Research should include the following:
1 - Read and report on your topic. Each person in your group must use a different source (article name, summary with 5 facts, and your opinion). You must use - one book, one website and one database/periodical as a minimum.
You must use - one book, one website and one database/periodical as a minimum.
2 - Your group will need a clear understanding of your topic. You will present your topic to the class - include a visual. Your audience should be able to appreciate your topic and the relevance of your topic to the environment and themselves.
3 - Describe the environmental issue you are concerned about. List three reasons why people should care about the issue.
List three reasons others may give for not joining your effort to solve the problem. What could you say or do to remove the person’s objection?
Your project is worth 25 points and will include a presentation (10 pts), the written summaries (10 pts), and a bibliography (5 pts)