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How Do We Envision A More Sustainable And Just Philadelphia?

Dr. Joe Alberti
Keywords: Air Pollution, fossil fuels, Renewable and Non-renewable Energy, solar energy, sustainability


Sustainable? Systemic Dis-illusions?

Maya Bhagat
Keywords: systems, sustainability, rare earth metals, critical metals

Changing Technology for a Changing Climate: Knowledge is not always power, but power is rarely ignorant

Chloe Glynn
Keywords: fossil fuels, environment, greenhouse gases, hands-on experiments, green technology, geopolitics, renewable energy, power, social media, critical minerals, climate change

Freshwater In Our World: Philadelphia’s Freshwater Supply and the Role We Each Play in its Future

Phyllis Hurwitz
Keywords: impermeable sources, hydrologic cycle, philadelphia middle school science, water pollution, water, urban watershed, distribution of water, climate change

Humans and the Environment: How Water Pollution and Littering Affect Health

Chelsea Maher
Keywords: littering, engineering, environment, Health, world, waterways, water, urban, pollution

What Happens After the Water Leaves the Sky?

Aisha Kittrell
Keywords: hydrologic cycle, the water cycle, stormwater, storm drain, water quality, water pollution, water filtration, run-off


Life on Spinning Rocks

Maya Bhagat
Keywords: geology, planets, Earth Science, alien, astronomy

The Truth Is Out There: Finding Exoplanets

Klint Kanopka
Keywords: Math, Physical Science, Space Science, Science

The Music of New Orleans and How It Shaped Its Culture

Chanelle Harley
Keywords: History, writing, Reading, social studies

Minerals in Society

Cristobal Carambo
Keywords: rock cycle, geology, Chemistry

Extracting Earth’s Elements

Eual A. Phillips
Keywords: Math, minerals, ionic, molecular geometry, physics, Environmental Science, endangered elements, green chemistry, earth, Chemistry, crystals, compounds, covalent, coordination


Climate Change and My World

Jaimie Piotrowicz
Keywords: Natural resources, emissions, greenhouse gas, temperature, pollution, atmosphere, carbon dioxide, climate change

When Batteries Die, Do They Go to Heaven?

Bruce S. Karpe
Keywords: Physical Science, Environmental Science, Electronic Waste, High School, sustainability, trash, recycling, Science, batteries, Chemistry

Nuclear Fusion in the Cosmos and the Chemistry Curriculum

Alex Leed
Keywords: Physical Science, Fusion, High School, stellar evolution, astronomy, Chemistry


Teaching Math Using Electronics

Cara Wallin
Keywords: STEM, Robots, Algebraic Equations, circuits, Conversions

The Electrochemistry of Cell Phone Batteries

Joseph L. Hill, Jr.
Keywords: lithium ion, oxidation, voltaic cell, reduction, Electrochemistry, batteries, battery, Danielson

What Did that Cell Phone Really Cost?

Alena Newpher-Lockard
Keywords: energy, Technology, sustainability, cell phones

The Panama Canal: Path to Global Destiny

Patrick Naughton
Keywords: yellow fever, Panama Canal, engineering, Empire, Geography, Socratic Seminar, Roosevelt, American History

“Moving on Up”: The Causes and the Impact of the Great Migration on African Americans

Tonya R. Oniyama
Keywords: inquiry-based learning, ninth grade, eleventh grade, tenth grade, The Great Migration, world history, African American History

The Impact of the Haitian Revolution on 18th Century Philadelphia

Keysiah M. Middleton
Keywords: literature of Haitian Revolution, Jacques Pierre Brissot, Middle school social studies, Philadelphia 18th century history, petty whites, petits blancs, ninth grade World History, free people of color, francophone, Exclusif, French slaves in Philadelphia, eleventh grade American History, French negroes in Philadelphia, high school history, Haitians in Philadelphia, Haitian Revolution, Haitian rebellion, Haiti, gens de couleur libres, grands blancs, Global Studies, Girondists, tenth grade African American History, Stephen Girard, world history, Sonthonax, Societie des Amis des Noir, Saint Domingue rebellion, Saint Domingue civil war, Saint Dominguan slaves in Philadelphia, Saint Domingue slave revolution, Polverel, Saint Domingue refugees in Philadelphia, small whites, slave uprising, affranchise, African American History, American History, big whites, 18th century Philadelphia, 18th century Philadelphia merchants, class division in Saint Domingue, Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen, Code Noir of 1685