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Pollution Issues

Find resources (books, articles, websites, films lesson plans, etc.) related to air, water, noise, soil, light, chemical, and other kinds of pollution issues. Curated by the Institute for Humane Education.

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Resources: Who Made My Clothes

Who Made My Clothes?

Students will investigate the “birth place” of their clothes, learn about how those clothes are connected to the oppression and exploitation of children and women, and consider positive solutions. Recommended for grades 6-12. Time: 2-3 60 minute classes, and longer for solutions projects

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woman looking in mirror and brushing hair

What Price Beauty?

This activity encourages students to explore and think critically about the impacts of the ingredients in the personal care products that they use on themselves, other people, animals and the environment, as well as how branding and marketing play into our choices. Recommended for grades 8 and up. Time: A few days to several weeks…

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dog in costume

9 Tips for Horrorific & Humane Halloween Costumes

by Marsha Rakestraw Dressing up on Halloween isn’t just for kids. According to the 2011 National Retail Federation survey, almost half of adults plan to don costumes for Halloween this year, and more than 1 in 10 pet guardians will adorn their furry friends. Americans are expected to spend $2.5 billion on Halloween costumes this…

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¿Qué Precio Tiene La Belleza?

¿Qué Precio Tiene La Belleza?

Esta actividad le ayuda a los estudiantes a explorar y pensar críticamente sobre el impacto de los ingredientes en los productos de cuidado personal que se ponen, le ponen a otras personas, animales y que afectan al medio ambiente, al igual que la manera en que la mercadotecnia y las marcas afectan nuestras elecciones. Recomendado…

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