Habitats and Communities: Understanding Life Systems Series
Catalogue Number: 291114
Producer: 291 Film Company
Subject: Environmental Studies, Science
Grade Level: 3 - 5, 6 - 8
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2019
Running Time: 7
This short, concise film examines the positive and negative impacts of human interactions with natural habitats and communities. We depend on natural habitats for many things, including food, building materials, clothing, and medicine but we also use natural habitats for building houses, cities and towns, and factories. As the population grows, we clear more natural habitats such as wetlands, plains, lakes and oceans. How can we continue to use these areas while also maintaining them for this and future generations?
Terminology: natural habitats, natural resources, natural environments, pollution, sustainable.
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