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Canadian and World Issues: A Geographic Analysis CGW4U

Canadian and World Issues: A Geographic Analysis CGW4U

$16.00 /person
Tax Exempt: $16.00

1 adult(s) free
per 10 students

Activity Type: Exhibit Lesson
Duration: 90 minutes
Subject: Geography
Min / Max: 15 / 35 students + adults

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Daily Schedule
Day From To
Monday9:00 am4:30 pm
Tuesday9:00 am4:30 pm
Wednesday9:00 am4:30 pm
Thursday9:00 am4:30 pm
Friday9:00 am4:30 pm
  The following dates and times are not available
From           To  
Tuesday   July 1, 2014   12:00 am   Monday, September 1, 2014 11:59 pm [range]
Tuesday   August 5, 2014   9:00 am   4:30 pm
Friday   August 8, 2014   9:00 am   4:30 pm
Monday   September 15, 2014   1:30 pm   4:30 pm
Wednesday   October 1, 2014   9:00 am   4:30 pm
Thursday   October 9, 2014   9:00 am   4:30 pm
Monday   October 13, 2014   9:00 am   4:30 pm
Friday   October 17, 2014   9:00 am   4:30 pm
Monday   December 22, 2014   12:00 am   Friday, January 2, 2015 11:59 pm [range]
Monday   February 16, 2015   9:00 am   4:30 pm
Monday   March 16, 2015   12:00 am   Friday, March 20, 2015 11:59 pm [range]
Friday   April 3, 2015   12:00 am   Monday, April 6, 2015 11:59 pm [range]
Wednesday   April 22, 2015   9:00 am   4:30 pm
Monday   May 18, 2015   9:00 am   4:30 pm

This topic explores the global challenges of creating a sustainable future. Using our Biodiversity and Earth Sciences galleries, students will discover how the Earth’s natural and human systems are interconnected. Case studies describing human-environment interactions include over-fishing on Canada’s East Coast, desertification in the Sahel region of Africa, climate change in the Arctic, open pit diamond mining in northern Canada, and clear-cutting in the tropics.

Curriculum Links:

Explain how human-induced changes in natural systems can diminish their capacity for supporting human activity; analyse the impact of natural and human systems of some of the side-effects of urbanization and urban growth; evaluate the economic, social, and ecological impact of current practices used in harvesting or extracting a selected resource.

Not available before 10:00 a.m.

Do not combine with Climate Change (gr 10), Sustainable Ecosystems and Human Interactions (gr 9) or Population Dynamics (gr 12).

Maximum 35 people (including students, teachers, educational assistants and supervisors) at one time.

Availability subject to change.

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Tags: Geography