Did you know that too much carbon dioxide in the classroom can affect your body, and even your grades?

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Carbon dioxide is an important part of the air we breathe both on Earth and in space. This backgrounder explains what carbon dioxide is, how it is measured and how it affects us both mentally and physically.

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As technology develops and the world’s population grows, people need more and more energy. Meanwhile, scientists are getting more and more interested in renewable energy sources, like biofuels.

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It’s worth taking the time to understand the nitrogen cycle, because it has many important impacts on the planet. In particular, it helps you and many other living things get the nitrogen they need to survive.

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CurioCity resources which align with Yukon's Earth Sciences 11 Curriculum Content area on Atmospheric Science and Climate.

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CurioCity resources which align with British Columbia's Earth Sciences 11 Curriculum Content area on Atmospheric Science and Climate.

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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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CurioCity resources which align with the Nunavut Experiential Science 10 Unit 2 on Climatology and Meteorology.

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This first video in a set of three, provides a basis for a discussion of nuclear energy by looking at how we got to where we are today. This video is by Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell.

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One of a “point-counterpoint” pair of videos providing arguments in favour of nuclear energy that suggests nuclear energy is the best current solution to address effects of greenhouse gases. This video is by by Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell.

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