CGC1D – Unit 3 – Lesson 7: Canada’s Oil Industry

The Anthropocene is the proposed current geological epoch in which humans are the primary cause of permanent planetary change. An epoch is a division of time that is a subdivision of the geologic time scale used by all Earth scientists. The use of the term “Anthropocene”, which has yet to be formally adopted into the official geologic time scale, is supported by an international collective of scientists who believe that the Holocene, our current geological epoch, characterized by stable climates and minimal human impacts, has ended. Instead, they suggest a new epoch, the Anthropocene, has emerged in its place due to unprecedented human land use, resource consumption and waste production.

CGC1D – Unit 3 – Lesson 13: Canada’s Industrial Sectors

The Anthropocene is the proposed current geological epoch in which humans are the primary cause of permanent planetary change. An epoch is a division of time that is a subdivision of the geologic time scale used by all Earth scientists. The use of the term “Anthropocene”, which has yet to be formally adopted into the official geologic time scale, is supported by an international collective of scientists who believe that the Holocene, our current geological epoch, characterized by stable climates and minimal human impacts, has ended. Instead, they suggest a new epoch, the Anthropocene, has emerged in its place due to unprecedented human land use, resource consumption and waste production.

CGC1D – Unit 3 – Lesson 12: Alberta’s Oil Sands

The Anthropocene is the proposed current geological epoch in which humans are the primary cause of permanent planetary change. An epoch is a division of time that is a subdivision of the geologic time scale used by all Earth scientists. The use of the term “Anthropocene”, which has yet to be formally adopted into the official geologic time scale, is supported by an international collective of scientists who believe that the Holocene, our current geological epoch, characterized by stable climates and minimal human impacts, has ended. Instead, they suggest a new epoch, the Anthropocene, has emerged in its place due to unprecedented human land use, resource consumption and waste production.

CGC1D – Unit 3 – Lesson 6: Canada’s Forestry Industry

The Anthropocene is the proposed current geological epoch in which humans are the primary cause of permanent planetary change. An epoch is a division of time that is a subdivision of the geologic time scale used by all Earth scientists. The use of the term “Anthropocene”, which has yet to be formally adopted into the official geologic time scale, is supported by an international collective of scientists who believe that the Holocene, our current geological epoch, characterized by stable climates and minimal human impacts, has ended. Instead, they suggest a new epoch, the Anthropocene, has emerged in its place due to unprecedented human land use, resource consumption and waste production.

CGC1D – Unit 3 – Lesson 5: Canada’s Fishing Industry

The Anthropocene is the proposed current geological epoch in which humans are the primary cause of permanent planetary change. An epoch is a division of time that is a subdivision of the geologic time scale used by all Earth scientists. The use of the term “Anthropocene”, which has yet to be formally adopted into the official geologic time scale, is supported by an international collective of scientists who believe that the Holocene, our current geological epoch, characterized by stable climates and minimal human impacts, has ended. Instead, they suggest a new epoch, the Anthropocene, has emerged in its place due to unprecedented human land use, resource consumption and waste production.

CGC1D – Unit 5 – Lesson 8: How Big Are Your Carbon Feet?

The Anthropocene is the proposed current geological epoch in which humans are the primary cause of permanent planetary change. An epoch is a division of time that is a subdivision of the geologic time scale used by all Earth scientists. The use of the term “Anthropocene”, which has yet to be formally adopted into the official geologic time scale, is supported by an international collective of scientists who believe that the Holocene, our current geological epoch, characterized by stable climates and minimal human impacts, has ended. Instead, they suggest a new epoch, the Anthropocene, has emerged in its place due to unprecedented human land use, resource consumption and waste production.

CGC1D – Unit 3 – Lesson 9: Plastics and Waste

The Anthropocene is the proposed current geological epoch in which humans are the primary cause of permanent planetary change. An epoch is a division of time that is a subdivision of the geologic time scale used by all Earth scientists. The use of the term “Anthropocene”, which has yet to be formally adopted into the official geologic time scale, is supported by an international collective of scientists who believe that the Holocene, our current geological epoch, characterized by stable climates and minimal human impacts, has ended. Instead, they suggest a new epoch, the Anthropocene, has emerged in its place due to unprecedented human land use, resource consumption and waste production.

CGC1D – Unit 3 – Lesson 10: Plastics and Society

The Anthropocene is the proposed current geological epoch in which humans are the primary cause of permanent planetary change. An epoch is a division of time that is a subdivision of the geologic time scale used by all Earth scientists. The use of the term “Anthropocene”, which has yet to be formally adopted into the official geologic time scale, is supported by an international collective of scientists who believe that the Holocene, our current geological epoch, characterized by stable climates and minimal human impacts, has ended. Instead, they suggest a new epoch, the Anthropocene, has emerged in its place due to unprecedented human land use, resource consumption and waste production.

CGC1D – Unit 3 – Lesson 11: Importing and Exporting Plastics

The Anthropocene is the proposed current geological epoch in which humans are the primary cause of permanent planetary change. An epoch is a division of time that is a subdivision of the geologic time scale used by all Earth scientists. The use of the term “Anthropocene”, which has yet to be formally adopted into the official geologic time scale, is supported by an international collective of scientists who believe that the Holocene, our current geological epoch, characterized by stable climates and minimal human impacts, has ended. Instead, they suggest a new epoch, the Anthropocene, has emerged in its place due to unprecedented human land use, resource consumption and waste production.

CGC1D – Unit 3 – Lesson 14: Anthroturbation

The Anthropocene is the proposed current geological epoch in which humans are the primary cause of permanent planetary change. An epoch is a division of time that is a subdivision of the geologic time scale used by all Earth scientists. The use of the term “Anthropocene”, which has yet to be formally adopted into the official geologic time scale, is supported by an international collective of scientists who believe that the Holocene, our current geological epoch, characterized by stable climates and minimal human impacts, has ended. Instead, they suggest a new epoch, the Anthropocene, has emerged in its place due to unprecedented human land use, resource consumption and waste production.