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Authors

Hannah Ritchie, Max Roser

Grades

6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th

Subjects

Science, Social Studies, Geography, Mathematics

Resource Types

  • Interactive Media
  • Data

Regional Focus

Global

Format

Microsoft Excel

Per Capita Energy from Fossil Fuels, Nuclear and Renewables

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Synopsis
  • This interactive media shows the per capita energy from fossil fuels, nuclear, and renewables starting from the year 1965. 
  • A comparative view by countries or continents can be generated.
Teaching Tips

Positives

  • Data can be viewed as a chart or table.
  • Pressing the play button shows the changes from 1965.

Additional Prerequisites

  • Learners need be familiar with these 3 sources of energy: Fossil Fuels, Nuclear, and Renewables.
  • Educator would need time to get familiar with this interactive media and decide on how to implement it with the learners.

Differentiation

  • There are other related interactive maps for measuring similar parameters.
  • This can be used to create awareness about one or more of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Scientist Notes

This resource provides specific data on Nuclear, Fossil fuels and Renewable energy sources. Students can navigate to understand the trends relative to each countries. The resource is valid and recommended for teaching.

Standards
  • Science and Engineering
    • ESS3: Earth and Human Activity
      • HS-ESS3-1 Construct an explanation based on evidence for how the availability of natural resources, occurrence of natural hazards, and changes in climate have influenced human activity.
  • Social Studies
    • History
      • History 1 (D2): Students understand major eras, major enduring themes, and historic influences in United States and world history, including the roots of democratic philosophy, ideals, and institutions in the world by analyzing and critiquing major historical eras: major enduring themes, turning points, events, consequences, and people in the history of the world and the implications for the present and future.
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