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Co2 in our atmosphere is less than .04%. Oxygen is 21%. All free oxygen comes only from photosynthetic processing of Co2. Correct so far? This suggests a scenario wherein the flora world, including plankton, are starving for Co2, and immediately grab whatever Co2 it can find, and turns it into O2 and H20. And, despite all of our burning of fossil fuel, the amount of O2 in the atmosphere does not seem to diminish. How does your computer models account for this?
No model is needed to see why oxygen has not changed despite changes in CO2. Looking at the math will help to show the answer. By weight, CO2 comprises about 0.05% of the atmosphere (it keeps going up because we keep adding more CO2 with fossil fuel...


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ClimateChangeLIVE Webinars

CLICK HERE for the archives of past webinars: 

-- GreenWorks! Action Grants
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-- Teaching and Communicating about Climate Change
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How Your Class Can Help

Knowledge to Live By
Will Steger Foundation
Green Schools Alliance Sc3 Conference
Young Voices for the Planet/Dreaming in Green
Alliance for Climate Education
GreenSchools! Program
Students Research Impact of Idling Cars
Project BudBurst
Inspiration at the Sc3 Conference
Young Voices for the Plant/Green Ambassadors

Kids on Climate Change

Get Green with STEM Vision
Andrew with Green Schools Alliance
Alex from Hylton High
Jaclyn with Green Schools Alliance
Nina from Hylton High School
Myesha from Hylton High School
Green Hero
Roundtable Discussion at the Student Climate and Conservation Congress
Aimee with Green Schools Alliance
Jordan from Hylton High School
Kathryn with Green Schools Alliance
Shah from Hylton High School
Amanda from Hylton High School
Eric with Green School Alliance
Alliance for Climate Education: Greeley Greencats
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Climate Change: Youth Perspectives

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Distance Learning Adventure Trailer

Welcome to the ClimateChangeLIVE distance learning adventure! The U.S. Forest Service and 26 federal and NGO partners bring climate learning to you through a series of webcasts, webinars, and online climate education resources! The ClimateChangeLIVE electronic field trips are a way to learn about climate change science directly from climate experts, educators, and students. This distance learning adventure provides an amazing collection of science-based, climate education resources and programs, aligned to national science education standards.

Watch the webcast: Educate, Inspire and Engage!
Features award-winning climate education assembly from the Alliance for Climate Education (ACE).  Videos of youth talking about the impacts of climate change they have experienced where they live. (39 min)



Watch the webcast: Join the Climate Conversation
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CLICK HERE for a list of activities to get started with climate change solutions.
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