Water resources and climate change
SDG 6, 13
In one hour of class (which can be extended to two sessions if you want) your students will understand the increase as a fundamental condition of life, the importance of the quality and quantity of water, and the causes, effects and consequences of pollution and water scarcity.
Students will know the main ecological, social, cultural and economic consequences of climate change at the level of the efficient use of water resources at a local, national and global level. Responsibility in the use of water will be worked on and they will be able to assess whether or not their activities respect the climate, and, if they do not, to review them.