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