What Is That BubblinÂ¿Â¿Â¿ In My Back Yard?
Students create a map plotting local sites the Environmental Protection Agency has on its EPA Regulated Sites list. They discuss the need for citizens to, at a minimum, be aware of potential pollution hazards in their community.
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