376 pages, illustrations
This course companion presents a lively resource full of case studies, extracts, quotations, statistics, and activities to allow students to fully understand complex and controversial issues. It follows an approach that includes the wider aims of the Internation Baccalaureate (IB) through connections to Theory of Knowledge (TOK), international-mindedness and the IB learner profile. It has been written by an IB consultant and examiner and has been extensively reviewed by teachers, consultants and the IB. With material integrated to include international and historical perspectives, students will be encouraged to think critically and make connections to other subjects and to world issues.
This is an invaluable tool for both myself and my students--incredibly comprehensive, coherent and manages to link together aspects of the IB Learner Profile. I don't know what I would do without my copy!
- Neil, Science Teacher, Dallam School, UK
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1: Historical overview of the modern environment movement
2: Environmental perspectives
4: Systems: a theoretical framework
6: Conservation of biodiversity
7: The issue of global warming
8: Population dynamics
9: Resources - natural capital
10: Energy resources
11: Water resources
12: Soil resources
13: Food resources
15: Pollution management
16: Practical work and ideas
17: Writing your extended essay
18: Exam preparation and sample questions
19: Answers to examination-style questions
Essay by Tejas Ewing
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