Trevor Baldwin * Environmental Science

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    Environmental Science is the study of general and human ecology, wise use of resources, major and alternate sources of energy, and the effect of pollution on the environment and all organisms. This course is designed to use scientific principles to study natural processes and changes within the environment and to identify human activities that adversely impact it.  This year we will discover how our actions affect the environment and how Mother Nature will reward (or punish) us for what we have done.  Start thinking about issues that you feel strongly about and what we could do to improve our environment.  

     

    Contact Information: 

    Email:   trevor.baldwin@CPSB.org

    Work Phone (337) 474-1930

    Office Location: Room D206

    Office Hours:  M-F 12:45-1:15

    Note:  Please email me if you would like to schedule a conference

    Course Information:   

    This course is designed to use scientific principles to study natural processes and changes within the environment and to identify human activities that adversely impact it.  Participation in labs will require the students to conduct themselves in a mature and orderly manner.  Projects and reading assignments may be required with each unit of instruction.

    Some of the topics that we will cover this year:

    • Scientific Method
    • Ecology
    • Water
    • Populations
    • Air
    • Land
    • Renewable Energy
    • Nonrenewable energy

     

     

     

  • I am really looking forward to working with you this year.

    We will be looking at all aspects of the environment, both at local and international levels. Hopefully it will become clear as we proceed through each unit, how our actions and those of the people around us are changing the environment and in turn the whole planet.

    Please click on the link below to listen to an introduction to my class.

    Link to video

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