Acid Rain Lesson (5th grade)
Acid Rain Information, Activities and Data
Acid Rain: The Disappearing Statue (2nd grade)
Harmful Effects of Acid Rain (7th grade)
Air Pressure Lesson (6th grade)
Air Pollution Control Lesson (6th through 8th grades)
Air Pollution Emissions Information, Activities and Data
Air Pollution Gremlins Math Lesson (1st grade)
Air Pollution: Visible and Invisible Lesson (4th grade)
Air: You Can't See It, But It's There Lesson (1st grade)
Air Quality and Transportation Lesson (2nd grade)
Air Terms Lesson (5th grade)
Carbon Dioxide and Air Pollution Lesson (4th and 5th grades)
Carbon Monoxide Information, Activities and Data
Conserving Electricity Lesson (2nd grade)
Effects of Ozone in the Air Lesson (5th grade)
Ground-level Ozone Information and Data
Inversion Lesson (6th grade)
Lead Information, Activities and Data
Let's Catch Some Dirt from the Air Lesson (PK and K)
Meteorology Data and Activity (4th & 5th grades)
Ozone Lesson (4th & 5th grades)
Particulate Matter Lesson (Kindergarten)
Particulate Matter Lesson (4th grade)
Particulate Information, Activities and Data
Plants & Oxygen Lesson (2nd grade)
Temperature Inversion Lesson (8th grade)
The Awful 8 Lesson (A play for 6th to 8th grades)
The Day The Air Pollution Gremlins Came To Town Lesson (3rd grade)
The Path of Pollution Lesson (7th and 8th grades)
Rain Forest Deforestation (6th grade)
Ridesharing Lesson (2nd through 8th grades)
The Rubber Band Air Test Lesson (2nd through 4th grades)
Wump World Activities (2nd grade)
Bay Area Spare the Air
Smog reduction and daily air quality forecasting.
Summary and data from a May 1996 NRDC report about premature mortality due to particulate air pollution in 239 American cities.
Carbon Monoxide Headquarters
Information on carbon monoxide and other poisonous gases.
Clean Air Skeptic's Page
Essays and links to information skeptical of claims made about the health risks of fine-particle air pollution.
Indoor Air Quality
Provides information and access to publications concerning indoor air quality issues, including radon, secondhand smoke, and carbon monoxide. From the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Global Warming Unit
This unit includes classroom activities to help students understand global warming and its possible effects on human beings.
This lesson plan covers the major greenhouse gases, human activities that contribute to the change of the Earth's atmosphere, and why there is a concern about climate changes. Also addressed are strategies for dealing with potential global warming and the major contributors to global warming.
Living in the
Tell why the earth is like a greenhouse.
Interdisciplinary Unit on Global Warming
This is an interdisclinary unit developed to increase the awareness of the effects of global warming.
Warming: Could You be the Next Noah? Greenhouse Effect and the Validity
of Global Warming
Students will study the nature of Global Warming in relationship to the Greenhouse Effect and explore the factors that are said to affect it.
Global Warming: Does it Exist?
Students do an internet research project on global warming and determine if they think it exists and what can be done about it.
Activities are presented to assist in teaching the concepts of Global Change.
Global Warming is an interactive online lesson that will educate students about this highly debated environmental issue.
Greenhouse Effect in a Jar
This simple experiment serves as an introduction to the greenhouse effect. Students can see for themselves the effects of a greenhouse, and relate this understanding to what occurs in our atmosphere.
Climate Change - Natural
Provides a gateway to all climate change-related information in the department, including energy efficiency, earth sciences, satellite observations, and forestry.
Global Warming International
Disseminates information on global warming science and policy, serving governmental and non-governmental organizations, and industries in more than 120 countries.
Warming Skeptic's Page
Essays and links to information critical of global warming claims.
Global Warming: Focus on
Interactive explanations of the phenomenon, with pictures.
Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast - award-winning exhibition on the greenhouse effect developed by EDF and the American Museum of Natural History.
Source for info on global climate change.
The Greenhouse Effect
An overview of the greenhouse effect and global warming.
NASA Climate News
The latest research on global warming, urban heat islands, lightning, and more.
Spotlight on: Climate Change
Provides information on climate change and policy. From the U.S. Department of State.
Protection Agency: Global Warming
Impacts and policies of global warming, and how individuals and corporations can help address these issues
Effects of Ozone in the Air
Students will learn how ground-level ozone is an air pollution problem.
What's Happening to the Ozone
Students identify the cause of ozone depletion and the effects it has.
Ray Detection Society of North America
Hard science with a twist of humor
Facts on Ozone
Includes graphs, pictures, facts on depletion in Antarctica, North America. Effects of CFCs on the environment.
Dedicated to dissemination of information on ozone, use of ozone for water, wastewater, and air treatment, chemical and industrial process, and publishes books and journals.
Reports, publications and press releases of the Secretariat for the Vienna Convention and the Montreal Protocol, as well as a wealth of other ozone related material.
Skies Above Foundation
Focuses on environmental issues and environmental education related to the atmosphere, especially climate change and ozone depletion.