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Welcome to The Learning Lab Blog, Dynamic Earth Learning’s place for instructors and kids to find out how their lesson plan materials apply to the events and changes happening all around us. Our world is quite literally dynamic, so the way we teach and talk about science should be too.  

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Organic Foods Vs. Non Organic Foods

Why is there so much demand for organic food? There is a growing demand for organic food around the world. This demand is due to concerns about health, the [...]

Clean Meat – Cultured Meat Environmental Impact

In response to various environmental problems faced today, there has been a dramatic increase in people who want more sustainable food options. Now, there's a new environmentally-friendly product fresh on the [...]

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Animals Most Often Used for Testing

Preclinical research is often utilized in order to determine the overall safety of any new drugs being developed that are going to be used on humans. Because [...]

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Meat & The Environment

Does meat consumption threaten our planet and our way of life? The short answer is yes: meat production and consumption on a mass scale currently does pollute the environment, worsen [...]

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Aquaponic Parasites – Liver Flukes in Humans

Aquaponic growing methods have many positive benefits and outcomes, like being environmentally responsible and no chemical usage. Aquaponics refers to the relationship between water, aquatic organisms, bacteria, nutritional dynamics, and plants [...]

Could Working from Home Make the World a Better Place?

The Environmental and Psychological Benefits of Telecommuting The world of work has been transformed in a surprisingly short period of time. Seemingly overnight, millions of office workers were sent home, with barely enough time [...]

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The US Endangered Species Act of 1973 is one of the most effective, primary laws in the United States. Using science-based programs, 99% of species the Act [...]

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Aquaponics: The Key to a More Sustainable Future?

A fast-increasing world population means a rapid urbanization process, which is taking over what was once fertile farmlands. In general, urban sprawl, droughts, and arid climate are causing food shortages. How [...]

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