Aligned to national standards of education and California standards of education for grades 9-12, Environmental Ethics was developed by the Goldman Prize and includes a video series and written curriculum filled with activities and suggestions for communtity projects to help students think more critically about the environment. The curriculum provides students with contextual scientific understanding while challenging them to form ethical opinions about how to manage our most important environmental resources.
The written curriculum was developed by the Goldman Environmental Prize and the Yale University Department of Forestry and Environmental Studies. The video profiles featuring Goldman Prize winners from around the world are developed by the Goldman Prize and serve as a centerpiece of each prize ceremony. The curriculum uses these grassroots environmental heroes to illustrate why and how individuals decide to act in their communities.
The curriculum is organized around these foundational topics in environmental studies: wildlife, forests, water, air and minerals.
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