This resource is a 6-minute video that discusses ways in which different communities respond to extreme weather events, particularly in the context of climate change. A 1995 heat wave in Chicago is presented as an example. This resource makes a convincing case that communities that are more connected tend to be more resilient to extreme weather events, in part because residents in these communities tend to know their neighbors and can check in on them during emergencies. This resource is recommended for teaching.
Geography 2: Students understand geographic aspects of unity and diversity in various regions of the United States and the world by describing features on the daily life of various cultures in the United States and the world.
Geography 2 (F1): Students understand geographic aspects of unity and diversity in Maine, the United States, and various world cultures, including Maine Native Americans, by explaining how geographic features have impacted unity and diversity in Maine, the United States, and other nations.