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December 27, 2004
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A&E Classroom Programming: The New Explorers: Crisis Planet Earth, Monday, December 27th

The New Explorers: Rescuing a River Thursday, December 30th

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The New Explorers: Crisis Planet Earth Monday, December 27th

This episode of The New Explorers researches the ways scientists are working to combat the adverse effects of global warming. Global warming threatens our planet and science is trying to learn how to minimize the damage. This program examines the development of science and technologies which have allowed us to measure the status of the environment and the effect it has on our daily lives and the future of our planet. With new methods and equipment, environmentalists are beginning to understand how we can save our planet—students will be able to explore issues vital to the world community.

Curriculum Links: The New Explorers: Crisis Planet Earth would be useful for Science & Technology, Geography, and courses with units on the Environment. It is appropriate for middle school and high school students. It fulfills the following standards as outlined by the National Council for History Education: Patterns of Social and Political Interaction and Civilization, Cultural Diffusion and Innovation

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The New Explorers: Rescuing a River Thursday, December 30th

This episode of The New Explorers researches the ways scientists are working to combat the adverse effects of global warming. Global warming threatens our planet and science is trying to learn how to minimize the damage. This program examines the development science and technologies which have allowed us methods and equipment, environmentalists are beginning to understand how we can save our planet—students will be able to explore issues vital to the world community.

Curriculum Links: Rescuing a River would be useful for classes on Science, Biology, marine Biology, Ecology and Geography. It is appropriate for middle school and high school students. It fulfills the following standards as outlined by the National Council for History Education: Patterns of Social and Political Interaction and Human Interaction with the Environment

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