Environmental Education for Educators (3E)
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Other Environmental Issues

General information on environmental issues and concerns:




Webpage with information on creating a butterfly garden

Webpage regarding kids and gardening

Webpage with information on backyard conservation

Webpage with resource guide on backyard conservation

Webpage with tips on household conservation
Guide on energy efficiency in homes (UK)
21 useful tips to save energy
Ideas/ Guide to save energy at home/offices
A Guide to Global Internet Energy Usage
Expert Guide on Energy Saving Light Bulbs
The Guide covers various aspects of creating a sustainable office
Infographic describing the meaning of various eco-labels
Webpage with information on How Eco Labels Affect the Consumer and Sustainability initiatives
The benefits of native plant gardening
Webpage with information regarding heat waves and related safety
Webpage with information regarding safety during wildfires
Webpage with information regarding pet safety during heat
Webpage regarding the reduction of leaving your trace



TED (a) (from TED.com)

Nobel laureate James Watson opens TED2005 with the frank and funny story of how he and his partner, Francis Crick, discovered the structure of DNA. The tale is full of colorful details: How Watson had planned to be an ornithologist until Schroedinger's book What Is Life? transformed him into a geneticist. The painful rejections he suffered along the way, first from Caltech and then from a certain girl. And finally, how the basic DNA model ultimately came together in just a few hours. Watson finishes with one of the topics currently making him tick: the search for genetic bases for major illnesses.

TED (b) (from TED.com)

Given $50 billion to spend, which would you solve first, AIDS or global warming? Danish political scientist Bjorn Lomborg put this question to economists and students around the world, and the answers they came up with may surprise you. Ranking our toughest problems not on any moral scale but simply by how effectively they can be solved, Lomborg and his colleagues demand we take a fresh look at doing good.

TED (c) (from TED.com)

With stunning photos and stories, National Geographic Explorer Wade Davis celebrates the diversity of the world's indigenous cultures, now disappearing from the planet at an alarming rate. He argues passionately that we should be concerned not only for preserving the biosphere, but also the "ethnosphere" - "the sum total of all thoughts and dreams, myths, ideas, inspirations, intuitions brought into being by the human imagination."

Contact email: ncu@frederick.ac.cy
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