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Carbon storage calculator - activity plan

Created by OWL Scotland | Published 12.18.19

This activity plan highlights the importance of sustainably managing our natural resources, focusing on the important role trees have as a carbon store. It should be used in conjunction with the resources: Carbon - information note; Carbon equivalent - resource cards; Carbon calculator - worksheet. It is most suitable for pupils working at Curriculum for Excellence - Third and Fourth levels. 

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Carbon equivalents: resource cards

Created by OWL Scotland | Published 12.17.19

This resource indicates how much carbon is produced by various everyday activities, and to explore the role played by trees in storing carbon.  It is designed to be used in conjunction with Carbon storage calculator: Activity plan.  It is most suitable for Curriculum for Excellence Second  and Third Levels. 

This resource was produced by Natural Resources Wales. We are in the process of updating it for the Scottish curriculum. 

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Carbon Storage Calculator: worksheet

Created by OWL Scotland | Published 12.16.19

This activity describes how to calculate the amount of carbon stored in trees of different sizes. It should be used in conjunction with Carbon Storage Calculator: Activity plan. 

This activity was produced by Natural Resources Wales. We are currently updating it for the Scottish curriculum. 

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Carbon footprint: resource cards

Created by OWL Scotland | Published 12.16.19

This resource is designed to be used alongside Carbon Footprint: activity plan.  It highlights the important role trees have in absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through photosynthesis, storing it as carbon in the form of wood. 

This resource was produced by Natural Resources Wales. We are working on updating it for the Scottish curriculum. 

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Carbon footprint: worksheet

Created by OWL Scotland | Published 12.16.19

This worksheet accompanies the activity plan: Carbon Footprint, which highlights the important role trees have in absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through photosyntheses, storing it as carbon in the form of wood. It is most suitable for pupils working at Curriculum for Excellence: Second Level.

This resource was produced by Natural Resources Wales. We are in the process of updating it for the Scottish curriculum. 

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