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Contacting Your Elected Officials: Climate Change Policy

Grade Level Grades 6-12, Higher Education, Adult Education
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In this lesson students will consider different policies for the United States to combat climate change and write a letter or email to a real government representative of their choice. 

This lesson was original created in conjunction with the Edward M. Kennedy Institute's in person Senate Immersion Module but can be completed as a stand alone lesson in your social studies, science, or English classroom!

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10_Climate-and-Energy-Contacting-Your-Elected-Offcials-2023.pdf

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February 6, 2024
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