AP Environmental Science Collection

This collection features an array of resources that will help students make connections between Environmental Science concepts and the complex factors that accompany creating policies and responding to environmental concerns.

Unit 3: Populations

Populations change due to a variety of factors. The resources aligned with this unit examine what happens when human and ecological factors collide.

Unit 5: Land and Water Use

This unit focuses on positive and negative ecosystem disruption and how human-environment interaction plays a role. The accompanying resources take these concepts further by examining how those disruptions impact the food we eat and water we drink.

Unit 6: Energy Resources & Consumption

With the two films and lessons aligned to this unit, students will be able to explain environmental challenges related to nuclear power and fossil fuels.

Unit 8: Aquatic & Terrestrial Pollution

Human activity has direct consequences for our land, water and air. The Retro Report films and lessons for this unit examine both the causes of and mitigation efforts for a variety of pollutants.

Unit 9: Global Change

This unit tackles some of the key environmental challenges that face the planet, and the aligned resources will help students move from identifying problems to examining mitigation strategies and climate solutions.

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