Carbon currency the credits and debits of carbon emissions trading
The Bush Telegraph (State Forests of New South Wales, Australia)
The carbon converters students compare the amount of carbon stored in a hardwood tree and a softwood tree.
Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program (USA)
Your own greenhouse recording temperatures inside and outside a plastic bottle.
Temperature of the Pacific Ocean graphing past temperature changes.
Global warming writing an essay.
Plant growth and carbon dioxide graphing the effect of CO2 on plant growth.
Dissolved gases in water showing that water can absorb CO2 .
Amount of greenhouse gases in the global atmosphere graphing data from Cape Grim.
Planting trees estimating tree plantings needed as a carbon sink.
The Franklin Institute Science Museum (USA)
The greenhouse effect in a jar showing that trapped air will warm.
Bringing the greenhouse effect down to Earth comparing the amount of carbon dioxide in four different sources of air.
Newton's Apple (USA)
Photosynthesis showing that plants need light to produce starch.
Science and Mathematics Initiative for Learning Enhancement (Illinois Institute of Technology, USA)
Photosynthesis using a water plant to measure the rate of photosynthesis.
New York Times (USA)
Tending to the greenhouse examining causes, effects and solutions for global warming.
Clearing the air students investigate a variety of emissions that contribute to global warming and make recommendations for reversing the global warming trend.
Also see the Activities at Nova: Science in the news Enhanced greenhouse effect a hot international topic.
Page updated July 2006.