Alaska educators learn about climate change

07/18/2007 | Forbes

Alaska educators are learning how to teach their students about climate change, at a two-week University of Alaska Fairbanks training program. Science teachers from around the state are talking with scientists about the latest research on coastal erosion, sea ice, glaciers, hydrology and permafrost.

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