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Teaching Climate History There is No Planet B

By: Alan J Singer(Author)
182 pages
Publisher: Routledge
Teaching Climate History
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Welcome to the Anthropocene. Since the start of the Industrial Revolution, human-caused climate change has impacted the globe with the burning of fossil fuels. The debate in classrooms and the political realm should not be whether climate change is happening or how much it places human civilization at risk but over how societies and individuals should respond. This interdisciplinary book offers an in-depth examination of the history of the Earth's climate and how historians and citizens can influence contemporary climate debate and activism.

The author explains climate history and climate science and makes this important subject matter accessible to a general audience. Chapter topics include examining the Earth's geological past, the impact of climate on human evolution, the impact of climate on earlier civilizations, climate activism, and the need for international cooperation. Presenting climate history, human history, and climate science in a readable format and featuring resources for students, Teaching Climate History is meant for use by teachers in high school electives or an introductory college course setting.


Climate Vocabulary

1. "Our House is on Fire"
2. Responsibility of the Historian as Public Intellectual
3.Tipping Points
4. Great Climate Migration
5. Earth’s Past Climates
6. Climate Change and Human Evolution
7. Extreme Heat
8. Four Billion Years of Climate History
9. Mass Extinctions
10. "Clocking" Climate Change
11. Diseases Carried by Mosquitoes or Hidden in the Ice
12. Climate Change Deniers and Minimizers
13. A Short Cold Snap of about 500 Years
14. Power of Ice
15. Climate Repercussions
16. Water Scarcity, Water’s Vengeance
17. Technology Debate
18. Saving the Amazon Rainforest
19. Capitalism vs. the Climate
20. Climate Activism (Where do we go from here?)

Appendix I: Annotated Bibliography
Appendix II. Resources for Teaching about Climate Change

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Alan J. Singer is a teacher educator at Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, a former New York City high school teacher, and a life-long political activist starting with the anti-war and Civil Rights movements of the 1960s.

By: Alan J Singer(Author)
182 pages
Publisher: Routledge
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