This "sustainability for teachers" guide provides over 50 short videos and resources covering the main issues related to sustainability. These issues are: population, human needs, natural resources, water,recycling, equity, and much more. Enjoy it!
This two-page document introduces the quick facts about agriculture production, consumption patterns, life cycle impacts, and solutions & sustainable alternatives. It shows a couple graphics, one about material flow of the food system and the other one about the energy flow in the U.S. food system.
This is a k-12 student friendly list of facts about corn. It has a section about numbers associated with corn, corn products and corn geography. There is more information in this website about the history of corn and agriculture as well.
This is another one page document by the global education project, it has mostly graphical information about aquaculture production, exclusive economic zones in the ocean by country, aquaculture environments, fish stock, human fish consumption, and utilization of fish.
This is a two-page document divided in three main categories; patterns of water use, life cycle impacts, and solutions & sustainable alternatives. this article provides several graphs to illustrate water distribution by sources, water use, and energy needed to supply fresh water.
This two-page article has a similar structure as the water supply one, it provides information of patterns of use focusing on contamination and treatment of water, also talks about life cycle impacts (energy consumption and social and economic impacts) and ends with a section on solutions & sustainable alternatives.