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Redlining and Climate Change

Author(s): Mary Heskel

Macalester College

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  1. Tamara Basham @ on   (Edited: @ on )

    This activity is exactly what I was looking for! Thank you for sharing it! I'll let you know how it goes with my Environmental Science Course this Fall. 

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      Mary Heskel @ on

      Great to hear! It is imperfect, so looking forward to seeing how it gets adapted and improved over time with many people using it. Let me know how it goes - I think it was eye-opening for many ecology students. 

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        Tamara Basham @ on

        Mary,

        I just posted the resource that your work inspired as an adaptation of your work. I took it in a different direction - focusing on tree cover. Thanks again. I used several of your resources and some of your discussion ideas.

        Best regards,

        Tamara

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          Mary Heskel @ on

          That sounds great - thank you for letting me know. There have been so many related publications and media pieces on this topic in the past year - I'll have to update as well. It could easily be a week-long unit or more for different EnvSci/Ecology classes. 
          Mary

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