Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice Resources for Earth Educators

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What's in the Water? Lesson 4: Drinking Water & Environmental Justice
Kelsey Bitting, Elon University
In this lesson from the "What's in the Water?" PFAS Contamination Unit", students explore equity in drinking water across the U.S. For homework, students read segments of two recent reports ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Build Just and Equitable Curricula:Antiracist Approaches
Information Type: Activity:Classroom Activity, Activity

Geoethics Case Study: The Keystone Pipeline--Energy, Jobs or Environment?
Dave Mogk, Montana State University-Bozeman
David Mogk and Andrew Thorson, Montana State University-Bozeman Summary The Keystone Pipeline is a complex project that raises important environmental, economic, and international policy issues. Tar sands from ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Build Just and Equitable Curricula:Environmental Justice, Ethics
Information Type: Activity, Discussion, Classroom Activity, Project:Investigative Case Studies, Activity:Project, Writing Assignment

FutureEarthCast: Voicemails from 50 years in the future
Laura Guertin, Penn State Brandywine
Students are challenged to write a script and record a voicemail that is left 50 years in the future, describing changes that have taken place in the local environment based upon scientifically-accurate information ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Focus on Diverse Students:Prepare Diverse Students for Careers:Local Issues
Information Type: Activity:Project, Activity

The Food We Eat Can Have a Positive Impact on Climate Justice
Deepti Karkhanis, Bellevue Community College
Does the food on my plate impact my happiness and/or climate change, and if yes, how and what can I do about it?

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Build Just and Equitable Curricula:Ethics, Environmental Justice
Information Type: Activity

How Racial Discrimination and Oppression are Harming the Climate Justice Movement
MATT EDWARDS, Bellevue Community College
The movement is too white, too privileged, and needs to be inclusive of the voices of black, brown, indigenous, and those who are disproportionately affected by climate impacts.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Build Just and Equitable Curricula:Antiracist Approaches
Information Type: Activity

Unit 1: Exploring Harrier Meadow, an Urban Wetland System
Compiled by Lee Slater, Rutgers University Newark (lslater@newark.rutgers.edu)
Students will conduct a virtual exploration of Harrier Meadow, a saltmarsh in the New Jersey Meadowlands. They will identify its vulnerability to pollution, its tidal connection to the Hackensack Estuary and the ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Focus on Diverse Students:Attract Diverse Students:Introductory Courses, Demonstrate Relevance
Information Type: Activity:Lab Activity, Activity

Unit 2: Geophysical Properties of the Subsurface
Compiled by Lee Slater, Rutgers University Newark (lslater@newark.rutgers.edu)
Archie (1950) defined the term petrophysics to describe the study of the physics of rocks, particularly with respect to the fluids they contain. Although originally focused on geophysical exploration, petrophysics ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Focus on Diverse Students:Attract Diverse Students:Demonstrate Relevance, Introductory Courses
Information Type: Activity:Lab Activity

Unit 3: Field Geophysical Measurements
Compiled by Lee Slater, Rutgers University Newark (lslater@newark.rutgers.edu)
Near surface geophysical measurements are performed by moving sensors across the Earth's surface. Active geophysical sensors transmit a signal into the Earth and record a returned signal that contains ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Focus on Diverse Students:Attract Diverse Students:Demonstrate Relevance, Introductory Courses
Information Type: Activity:Lab Activity

Unit 4: The Magic of Geophysical Inversion
Compiled by Lee Slater, Rutgers University Newark (lslater@newark.rutgers.edu)
This unit introduces the student to the concept of geophysical inversion, which is the process of estimating the geophysical properties of the subsurface from the geophysical observations. The basic mechanics of ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Focus on Diverse Students:Attract Diverse Students:Introductory Courses, Demonstrate Relevance
Information Type: Activity:Lab Activity

Unit 5: Integrated Geophysical Interpretation and Comparison with Ground Truthing
Compiled by Lee Slater, Rutgers University Newark (lslater@newark.rutgers.edu)
In this unit, students explore spatial associations between the three-dimensional electromagnetic (EM) conductivity inversions and the visible patterns of Salicornia (Pickleweed) introduced in Unit 1, Exploring ...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Focus on Diverse Students:Attract Diverse Students:Demonstrate Relevance, Introductory Courses
Information Type: Activity:Lab Activity


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