About the course
"Trace and categorize some of the major sources water pollution. Delve into the processes of human industries that are detrimental to aquatic ecosystems. Find language to defend the need for more responsible management of the planet’s waters.
Dive into the expansive effects of water pollution and the steps humans can take to improve the infrastructure of our water resources."
Water Filtration Experiment Part 1
An introduction to the perils of water pollution, both human and animal
Students will be introduced to the concept of water being polluted not by dangerous chemicals, but by an excess of nutrients
Ocean Acidification and Aquatic Debris
Learn both how excess CO2 emissions cause the ocean to become acidic and how reckless dumping of human waste makes the sea perillas to aquatic life.
Water Born Diseases
Students will learn how water born diseases threaten humanity in developing nations, and how rising sea levels exacerbate this threat going forward.
Water Filtration Experiment, Part 1
Students will begin a comparative study of how four different household materials filter dirty water.
A plastic water bottle, preferably 1 liter or larger, scissors, a sharp pen or a pin, a container of dirty water (can be made with water and dirt), and a kitchen sponge.
Payton is a composer and orchestrator who recently graduated with High Honors in music from Wesleyan University. His passion for environmental advocacy, education, and activism is spurred by a love of nature and burning hate for climate change denialism.
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