This resource contains an interactive table and map that shows the share of primary energy from low-carbon sources.
Beautiful interactive media. It is cool to examine the data by continents and by countries.
Learners need to be familiar with the difference between renewable and nonrenewable energy.
Educator would need time to get familiar with this interactive media and decide on how to implement it with the learners.
There are other related interactive maps for measuring similar parameters.
Can be used to create awareness about one or more of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Students can get insights on tidal and wave energy and other sources of energy. Datasets were normalized based on a conversion factor of 277.778. This resource is recommended for teaching.
Geography 1 (F1): Students understand the geography of the community, Maine, the United States, and various regions of the world, and geographic influences on life in the past, present, and future by using the geographic grid and a variety of types of maps, including digital sources, to locate and access relevant geographic information that reflects multiple perspectives.
Geography 1 (F1): Students understand the geography of the United States and various regions of the world and the effect of geographic influences on decisions about the present and future by analyzing the local, national, and global geographic data on physical, environmental, and cultural processes that shape and change places and regions.
Geography 1 (D3): Students understand the geography of the United States and various regions of the world and the effect of geographic influences on decisions about the present and future by describing the major regions of the Earth and their major physical, environmental, and cultural features using a variety of geographic tools, including digital tools and resources.