Creating Sustainability in Bangladesh
This resource, created by John Mikesell of Red Rocks Community College, asks students to consider how "even the most densely populated country in the world can work toward creating a sustainable living environment." Students will research how Bangladesh could create sustainability in resources and energy development, living, land use, transportation, or disaster relief and prevention. The activity requires three hours of class time and about an hour out of class for students to complete their research. This four page pdf document contains directions for the instructor, student outcomes, and assessment guidelines.
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