A short presentation for older audiences who are interested in the links between social and environmental justice.
Key Stage 3
Geography: Follow up with: physical geography processes and change- evidence and causes of climate change
Chemistry: Follow up with: the production of carbon dioxide by human activity and the impact on climate.
Key Stage 4
Geography: Examples of extreme weather for changing weather and climate- follow up with scientific explanation.
Biology: Anthropogenic cause of climate change.
Environmental Studies: Control of global Climate Change, food production systems.
Geography: International trade, including access to markets, inequality and ‘fair trade’; the nature of economic, political, social and environmental interdependence in the contemporary world; inequities of global systems and how they can result in unemployment, poverty and declining welfare standards for some people and localities, and advantages for other people and localities; food production, circulation and consumption.
Biodiversity, Climate Crisis, Conservation, Environment, Fair trade, Farming, Food, Global citizenship, Globalisation, Interdependence, International Development, Natural resources, Poverty, Rural, Social justice, Sustainability, Trade
PublisherLiberation Foods CIC
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