Science World for grades 6–10 brings science to life with fascinating feature articles and hands-on activities that reinforce science concepts and help students build test-taking and critical-thinking skills.
Talking Science: Global Climate Change
A leading expert explains global climate change. Watch the video, view the slideshow, plus read articles from award-winning magazines and check out online activities.
Meet Ed Mathez, a geologist at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. He's the curator of a new exhibition at the Museum called Climate Change: The Threat to Life & A New Energy Future.
When you're done, find lots more science fun with Science Explorations.
|Watch the Talking Science video.|
Hi, I'm Ed Mathez, a geologist at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I’m also the curator of a new exhibition at the Museum called Climate Change: The Threat to Life & A New Energy Future. Find out more about Earth’s warming climate, its consequences, and what we can do.
Science World | October,2008
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The world's climate is changing. Scientists say the effects of these changes could be devastating to living things on Earth -- including humans. (Grades 3-6)
Check out videos, photos, and answers to students' questions from top scientists at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
If you're ready to become a global climate change expert, here are more articles, photos, and tips to help change the effects of global warming from Scholastic News online.
Have an opinion about global climate change? Make your voice heard! Vote in the Kids' Environmental Report Card.