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Animal agriculture is a big source of methane emissions. That’s right—this powerful greenhouse gas is being produced by cows!

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Mosquitoes are known as disease vectors because they can carry diseases from one animal to another. That includes spreading disease between humans and from animals to humans.

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The butchers of the future will sell meat that have never been part of a living animal. Instead, meat will be made from cultured cells. In other words, it will be grown outside the body, instead of on an animal.

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This clip compares vascular and nonvascular plants before jumping into several plant adaptations. (8:40 min.)

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Fieldwork is exactly what it sounds like: leaving your lab or office, and going out into the “field” to do research. It can be exciting and fun. However, it also comes with risks.

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I work with Chevron teams, the regulatory, and our external stakeholders to make sure what we do is minimizing or eliminating our impacts on the environment and the communities we work in.

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CurioCity resources which align with the Yukon Grade 9 Science Curriculum Content area on cells and reproduction.

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Eden's Education Team talk about the many ways that plants in the rainforest have adapted to succeed in a challenging habitat. (7:40 min.)

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A stunning animation, showing the variety of cell types that exist within and around us. Travel through a virtual world and learn about the different stages of the cell cycle. (5:34 min.)

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Pamela works as a field biologist, helping farmers feed the world!

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