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‘Sustainability at San Mateo High’

Science in the Community | June 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

‘Sustainability at San Mateo High’

We look at both worlwide and local problems regarding sustainability, with a focus on our high school, San Mateo High School. Both food and garbage is discussed.

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‘Youth Tell Their Environmental Nightmares’

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‘Youth Tell Their Environmental Nightmares’

At the 2010 Goldman Environmental Awards in San Francisco, students from Bay Area schools applauded the work from six activists from across the globe, listened to a performance by Baaba Maal and told Youth Radio reporters about their worst environmental nightmares.

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‘Ocean Acidification’

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‘Ocean Acidification’

This short video educates the children on the issue of ocean acidification. It clearly describes some contributions that each person has upon his issue and the damage that it causes.

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‘RESTRICTED’

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‘RESTRICTED’

“Restricted” is a riveting story of runner, wrestler and soccer player Charlotte Reider-Smith and her everyday struggles to overcome the limiting effects of asthma.

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‘Ocean Acidification’

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‘Ocean Acidification’

This video demonstrates the effects of ocean acidification on marine life. Ocean acidification occurs when carbon dioxide from the atmosphere reacts with water in the ocean to produce carbonic acid.

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‘Let’s Start a Solar Lab!’

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‘Let’s Start a Solar Lab!’

At the beginning of the school year, our club historian, Ramon, had the idea of bringing solar energy to our school. Our vice-president, Jennifer, found that PG&E offered grants for schools willing to begin such projects, and, to our surprise, we got it.

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‘A Collective Reflection’

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‘A Collective Reflection’

The CAST Pathway Class of 2012 of Balboa High School took a field trip to the Henry Cowell Redwood State Park in California. After spending a few hours in nature, each student and teacher wrote an individual poem.

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‘Coho in Danger’

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‘Coho in Danger’

“Coho in Danger” is a video lab report and investigation of the health of Redwood Creek and its ability to harbor coho salmon.

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‘Eggs, Eggs, and More Eggs’

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‘Eggs, Eggs, and More Eggs’

“Eggs, Eggs, and More Eggs” is a video lab report and investigation of egg bacteria levels and taste variation between organically and conventionally grown eggs.

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‘Whiteboard Markers and the Havoc They Reek’

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‘Whiteboard Markers and the Havoc They Reek’

“Whiteboard Markers and the Havoc they Reek” is a video lab report and investigation of the air quality hazards created by dry erase markers.

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