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View Resource EPA: Cleaning Up Our Land, Water and Air

The Environmental Protection Agency has been cleaning up the nation's land, water and air for four decades, and there's still much work to be done. This homepage provides information about cleanups around the country, what citizens can do to help, and the EPA's long-term stewardship programs. On the homepage, visitors can use a clickable map to learn about cleanup information by EPA region or...

View Resource Environmental Protection Agency: Learn the Issues

This page from the United States Environmental Protection Agency provides information on many significant environmental health issues. In addition to providing general interest information on topics like radon, acid rain, and asbestos, the site also delivers an interactive resource that allows users to learn more about concerns specific to their area. Under Where You Live, visitors may enter...

View Resource Three Activities: Bacteria Study, Micro Study, and Bacteria Killers

This resource provides a problem-based activity on risk assessment of environmental health issues. The lesson consists of three related activities: Bacteria Study, Micro Study and Bacteria Killers. "Bacteria Study" gives students hands-on experience with the concepts of epidemiology. "Micro Study" has students sketch, observe, and compare different types of bacteria that can grow in moist...

View Resource Three Activities: One Hand Washes Another, I'm All Washed Up and Who is All Washed Up?

ATEEC presents this problem-based lesson plan on risk assessment of environmental health issues. Students will study infectious diseases, particularly those spread via vector-borne, food-borne and water-borne means. They will learn about environmental exposures which cause various infectious diseases. The lesson consists of three individual activities: One Hand Washes Another, I'm All Washed...

View Resource Enivronmental Health and Toxicology

This site is packed with information related to the topic of environmental health and toxicology. There is an excellent tutorial section specifically targeted toward educators and students. The site has a wealth of information about chemicals used in industry and in the average household. This site would be beneficial to students working on environmental problems or trying to understand the...

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