Category Archives: Presentation Models

Stewardship, Innovation and New Partners

Though the science data suggests that as a species human beings, particularly Americans, need to change their lifestyles in order to mitigate climate change, there are striking examples of innovators in our culture who are discovering innovated new paths and … Continue reading

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Great Data in NGM April 2010 Issue

WATER a special issue of National Geographic, April 2010

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Research Skills Homework

Homework: research this source [water.org] and write 6-8 sentences in Standard English. Also recall our editing sessions where we have been emphasizing clarity in our prose and strive to have your prose flow well between your general ideas and specific … Continue reading

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Multimedia Homework. Share Your Reactions.

Click on this link and view the 20 minute interview of Steven Solomon on the Tavis Smiley show. Then write a 5-7 sentence response (click on the “leave a comment” hyperlink) in Standard English. You can respond to any topic … Continue reading

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Mapping the Rivers of the World

J. H. Colton, a native of Longmeadow, Massachusetts, was one of the foremost names in the collection and publication of maps and atlases in from the 1830’s to the 1890’s. This map uses the motif of a bar graph to … Continue reading

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Is Peak Water for real?

Unlike the famous (or infamous) description of Peak Oil, it is true that the use of water at any point in time does not use up the resource and make it unavailable for future generations. But the rapidly growing global … Continue reading

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Niagara Escarpment Protection Movement

While I was taking some time over break to catch up on the music scene, I tracked down a lead on a good song: http://www.google.com/url?url=http://ilike.myspacecdn.com/play%23Sarah%2BHarmer:Late%2BBloomer:113569252:m40977189&rct=j&sa=X&ei=3lchTc7QCIX0tgPnm5CkAg&ved=0CCIQ0wQwAg&q=Sarah+Harmer+late+bloomer&usg=AFQjCNEO1OL5KqS33NUehlguNO-Vvbdf3Q&cad=rjt I soon discovered that the songwriter, Sarah Harmer, recently took time off from her career … Continue reading

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