Over the years, people have adopted incredibly distinct manners of conservation in order to preserve various limited resources more effectively. These differences come from the individual motivations that each generation had for saving resources. Now, the focus is beginning to shift to our direct impact on the earth. People are realizing that wanting a phone, tablet, and laptop have a bigger price than just what they paid at the store. Having all of these products that function solely because of the presence of limited resources has a large impact on the environment, especially when a lot of these items typically end up in landfills. Cities are now emphasizing the importance of recycling, and some places have even started to enforce recycling policies. In light of this, one might wonder, what initiatives could be made twenty years from now to reduce our dependency on precious limited resources?
What Comes in Your C-STEM Tool-Kit?
*Relevant Thematic C-STEM Curriculum *State and National Standards Alignment *Manipulatives/Resources/Supplies *Books *Marketing Materials *Rubrics *Pacing Guide
*Software/Hardware *On-line and Mobile Platforms
*Performative Evaluation (National Competition Invitational)