About this course
In this course on climate change, the student will be taken through lessons on the range of evidence used to show the climate is changing, and the strengths and weaknesses of each one; the natural causes of climate change including orbital change, solar output and volcanic eruptions; how the greenhouse effect works, and how humans contribute to the enhanced greenhouse effect; the range of impacts climate change has on the environment and people, including sea level rise, coral reef bleaching and droughts; and the range of strategies humans can use to adapt to a changing climate, including changing farming practices, and coping with sea level rises.
This course comprises of seven lessons and is designed for students at the secondary school level from Forms 1 to 3. It combines education and fun in the form of several pieces of interactive content dispersed throughout the various lessons
At the end of this course the student should be able to understand what is climate change and recall the natural causes of it. They should also know how the greenhouse effects works and how humans contribute to the enhanced greenhouse effect.