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Honey, We Shrunk the Ice!

Zone D: Tempe campus

Sea ice is an important component of regulating global climate change. Locally, many people who live in the Arctic depend on the ice for transportation, as well as hunting. Polar bears, seals, and many other animals rely on the Arctic sea ice for feeding, breeding, raising young, and transportation. Arctic warming will disrupt our planet’s natural air conditioner, leading to greater warming around the rest of the globe. Join us to for hands on activity to find out where will the polar bears go?

 

 

 

Sustainability

Host:
School of Sustainabilty

College of Global Futures

The College of Global Futures empowers students to make a long-term impact. Comprised of the School for the Future of Innovation in Society, the School of Sustainability and the School of Complex Adaptive Systems, the transdisciplinary approach engaged throughout the College leverages resources from across the nation’s most innovative university and equips global leaders of today and tomorrow with the ability to apply their skills and knowledge in any arena.