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INNOVATIVE GREEN LIVING: 11 Ways to Go Green on a College Budget
Today the green movement is taking over the world, and even though many people would like to go completely organic or build a sustainable home, their budget might not let them. This is especially true for college students, who struggle every semester to get by on their student budget. But…
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The Geography of American Wealth- It’s the Trees?
For the AP Human Geography unit on Urban Geography and/or Development, here’s a link from Google Maps Mania- Rich Blocks, Poor Blocks.
Students can “See how much money people make in every neighborhood in every city in America.”
This interactive map is a great basis for an inquiry lesson- What visual clues in satellite maps may indicate the spatial distribution of wealth?”
Possible answer? How about street formats? Or trees?
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