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Course_thumb Tackling Climate Change through Earth Physics Course
Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

How does climate change work and what can be done about it? Consider the physics behind how climate change could affect the Earth, before investigating different methods of generating power that have low greenhouse gas emissions. Finally, decide which power source would be most appropriate for your region. Please contact ESEU to arrange a convenient date and time for this NO FEE workshop; travel and sundry expenses are the only costs incurred.

Free (Duration: 90 minutes)

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Stated learning outcomes for this course

All workshop material is generated in line with the National Curriculum and Science Specifications.

Expected learning outcomes:

Participants will be able to:

  • explain the mechanisms behind climate change, particularly the CO2 content of the atmosphere
  • use computer simulations to model climate change
  • explain and practically demonstrate how a ‘geothermal’ heat pump works
  • practically investigate a model wind turbine, wind generator and photovoltaic cell
  • understand how to use these approaches to enhance their A-level or GCSE physics teaching

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