Earth: The Operator's Manual


Subject: Science & Health
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12
Source: PBS

Geologist Richard Alley presents an understandable and upbeat report on the interconnected stories of humans and fossil fuels and Earth's climate history and our future energy options.

 

60-minute runtime; one-year copyright clearance

April 22  Check local listings


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