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 "When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the universe."              Quote by John Muir


  • Game: SMARTIC Arctic Case Study Featured Game Game: SMARTIC Arctic Case Study Game: SMARTIC Arctic Case Study

    Students will build off of an introductory presentation on climate change in the Arctic to devise a strategy to manage climate change impacts on a global scale (the... More »

  •  Colorado River Supply - NCSE-NASA Featured Teaching Unit  Colorado River Supply - NCSE-NASA Colorado River Supply - NCSE-NASA

    SUMMARY This curriculum module looks at climate change impacts that affect us locally right now. We will study the data, the possible consequences to various user groups,... More »

  • Case Study: Extreme Heat on the Rise Featured Case Study Case Study: Extreme Heat on the Rise Case Study: Extreme Heat on the Rise

    SUMMARY In August of 2003, this headline and many others just like it flashed across the front pages of newspapers and television news stations all over the world. By the... More »

  • Game: CEO2: The Climate Business Game Featured Game Game: CEO2: The Climate Business Game Game: CEO2: The Climate Business Game

    SUMMARY CEO2 is an interactive game that puts the player in charge of strategic decision making as the CEO of different companies. The game was developed by World Wildlife... More »

  • Role Playing - NYC Case Study Featured Case Study Role Playing - NYC Case Study Role Playing - NYC Case Study

    SUMMARY Students will apply a role-playing activity to explore the challenges facing climate change planning in New York City.  Radley Horton, lead climate scientist... More »

  • Unit: Geoengineering Featured Teaching Unit Unit: Geoengineering Unit: Geoengineering

    SUMMARY There is much unknown about the ramifications of large-scale deployment of geoengineering technologies.  Are they merely short-term fixes?  What are the... More »

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Report: The State of World Population 2011: People and possibilities in a world of 7 billion Last Updated on 2014-07-21 15:25:44 Released Oct. 26, 2011 The report, The State of World Population 2011: People and possibilities in a world of 7 billion, will explain the trends behind the numbers and make the case for greater investment to meet the needs of everyone, especially girls and women, for education and family planning. The report is in some 130 cities and available in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish. With a record number of young people just entering their prime reproductive years, the individual decisions they make about bearing children will determine whether human population rises to 10 billion or 16 billion by the end of the century. Critical trends in population growth include longer lifespans (68 years, compared to 48 in 1950); ageing (people over 80 are the fastest-growing age group); urbanization (more than half the world’s people now live in cities, but two out of... More »
Frequently Asked Questions Last Updated on 2014-07-11 18:45:57 "CAMEL" is an acronym for Climate, Adaptation, Mitigation, E-Learning. The CAMEL portal is an online resource for college and university faculty that can also be used by other educators, students and interested individuals. CAMEL provides tools for Educators to be able to teach themselves about climate change as well as teach others.            CAMEL is an online educators’ resource for climate change designed to enable educators to teach about climate change using the latest online learning resources. CAMEL enables a climate-literate community of researchers, educators and students. CAMEL provides a forum for sharing and accessing quality curricular materials and information. CAMEL engages experts in science, policy, decision-making, education, and assessment in the production of a virtual... More »
About CAMEL Last Updated on 2014-07-11 17:05:17   var popvid = null; // will store the window reference function popWin(divId) { if (typeof(divId)=='string') { divId=document.getElementById(divId); } if (!popvid||popvid.closed) {'','vidplayer','width=600,height=520,status=no'); }'black'; popvid.focus(); popvid.document.body.innerHTML=''+divId.innerHTML +''; return false; } window.onunload=function() { // if the user is navigating away from the page, check to see if we // opened a video window and if we did, make sure it's closed. if (popvid) { popvid.close(); } }     CAMEL is a FREE, COMPREHENSIVE, INTERDISCIPLINARY, MULTI - MEDIA RESOURCE for educators, providing over 300 interdisciplinary topic areas and numerours resource types to give... More »
CLIMATE CHANGE TOPIC INDEX Last Updated on 2014-07-11 10:57:50       "When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched everything else in the     universe."  Quote by John Muir  The CAMEL taxomony contains 300 hyperlinked topic areas demonstrating the complexity and interconnectivity of climate John Muir described above. CAUSES 1. Proxy methods a) Boreholes b) Corals c) Glacial extent d) Ice cores e) Isotopes f)  Paleomagnetism g) Tree rings 2. Ancient a) Snowball Earth b) Thermal maximums c) Cataclysmic events 3. Recent a) Temperature b) Sea level c) Precipitation d) Storms e)... More »
Speed Science Fact Sheet: Cover Crops - CSCAP Last Updated on 2014-07-10 13:43:23 The Cover Crops Speed Science Fact Sheet and additional Speed Science Fact Sheets and presentation videos are approved for use in educational, research and extension settings. The fact sheets were developed and presented as "Speed Science" by the Climate and Corn-based Cropping Systems CAP (CSCAP). The CSCAP is a transdisciplinary partnership among 11 institutions creating new science and educational opportunities. It seeks to increase resilience and adaptability of Midwest agriculture to more volatile weather patterns by identifying farmer practices and policies that increase sustainability while meeting crop demand. Printable flyer >> About CSCAP Project To promote the long-term sustainability and productivity of U.S. corn-based cropping systems against recent climate trends and future uncertainty. Project Objectives: Develop standardized methodologies and... More »