In order to understand how human population growth can impact Earth’s natural resources, various experts demonstrate solutions like food recovery and composting, as well as how students can evaluate food waste in their own communities.
Why do we refer to air, water, and sunlight as resources? Join host Cecil Washington Jr. and Atlanta food systems expert, Natasha Dyer, to find out in this Let's Go Enviro episode!
Nicole Fields-Kyle is the director of programs and operations at Concrete Jungle, a company that transforms overlooked and underutilized nutrients into healthy food sources for communities in need. Hear her story and learn ways you can reduce food waste in this episode of Let's Go Enviro.
Follow host Cecil as he tracks that compositing bin from the Aglanta Eats festival with Chef Cheryll all the way to the Truly Living Well Farm where we hear from Think Green founder, Khari Diop.
Students explore the chemical and physical properties of matter and discover how scientific ideas are connected to each other rather than existing in isolation.
In this unit, students learn about kinetics, which is the study of factors that affect the rate of chemical reactions. Students also investigate collision theory and the five components of kinetic molecular theory in gas.