Here you can find the different ecology lessons that the MobyClick project has created


What is Sustainable Development? by Niclas Ek

Ecological footprint: Do we fit on our planet?

Then follows a description of the lesson
After you have watched the lesson you can test your own ecological footprint HERE
End the class with answering this Google form

SDGs & Climate Action

Then follows a description of the lesson


Eco-friendly lifestyle by Guy Hufkens

Then follows a description of the lesson
zeropem (= classcode) (= link)


  • e-waste by Jan Aps

  • edpuzzle Link?

    • Description of the lesson

    • Vocab -> Quizlet Link?

    • next consequences: 

    Next where:

  • Next why and what:

    precious metals (hands on via skitch): identify what is hazardous waste and what is potentially profitable on a mainboard

  • Green Coding by Daniela Vanncola

  • Description of the lesson
  • Environmental Ethics

    Description of the lesson
    Read the text and give an outline of its main points.
    Form groups of 4-5 people and discuss the different concepts of environmental ethics by finding examples for each concept.
    Examining if the examples need to be classified into individual, societal, corporate or global responsibility.

    Big Wind’s Dirty Little Secret: Toxic Lakes and Radioactive Waste

    Then follows a description of the lesson
    First read the text by Institute for Energy Research about ...
    After that, discuss the following question:
    Alfred Crosby has coined the term “Ecological imperialism” describing European settlers conquering, invading and exploiting new territory, bringing in new animals, plants and diseases and thereby changing the ecology of the country. Do you think the term “Ecological imperialism” is also adequate in the case of the American and European wind lobby causing extensive rare earth mining and pollution in China? Why (not)? Discuss in groups of three, take notes and present your results to the rest of the class. 



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