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Sila: Clue in to Climate Change

Sila? It means 'climate' in the Inuit language. This colorful, interactive site geared to younger researchers profiles all aspects of climate change. Information is presented in a clear and attractive way. "Educators" section includes three school programs with downloadable PowerPoint
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Sila? It means 'climate' in the Inuit language. This colorful, interactive site geared to younger researchers profiles all aspects of climate change. Information is presented in a clear and attractive way. "Educators" section includes three school programs with downloadable PowerPoint presentations and additional information in Acrobat document form. From the Canadian Museum of Nature.

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