All the things around you make up your environment. In this book, you are going to learn through many activities about the different parts of the environment - land, air, water and waste. This booklet is not currently available in print format - please download the file.
This poster illustrates a typical northern Alberta stream. The back of the poster describes the history, physical characteristics, biodiversity, human uses and issues associated with northern streams. There are also several activities.
This activity book is intended to introduce children, ages 6-9, to the air around them, what the atmosphere means to them, and what children and their families can do to reduce negative impacts on the atmosphere. 20 Pages Long. Class sets available; please state how many copies you require.
(Maximum 35 copies per class.)
An informative booklet describing Alberta's water supply, water quality, aquatic ecosystems, uses of water and water management.
(Revised edition of a publication entitled: Water for Life: Facts and Information on Water in Alberta 2002)
Provides a basic introduction to Alberta's groundwater, answering questions about basic hydrology, groundwater quality and quantity, managing groundwater issues and potential human impacts.
This document answers the following questions:
What is climate change … and why we should care? Is our climate changing?
What is the greenhouse effect? What are the possible effects of climate change in Alberta? So what can we do about climate change?
Air quality is a measure of the cleanliness of the air we breathe. Natural and man-made pollution gets into the air in the form of gases or particles. In Alberta, the provincial government sets standards that help control air emissions.
French Version.... All the things around you make up your environment. In this book, you are going to learn through many activities about the different parts of the environment - land, air, water and waste.
A complete list of Alberta Environment's education resources. Suitable for educators teaching children from kindergarden to grade 12.
Provides an animated story for kids about beverage container recycling.
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