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 change, Conservation, Development, Environment, Fair trade, Farming, Food, Global citizenship, Globalisation, Interdependence, Natural resources, Poverty, Rural, Social justice, Sustainability, Trade
PublisherLiberation Foods CIC
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