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Worksheet 3.3Investigating sustainability through creative writingIntroductionChildren’s literature has a tradition of pioneering new concepts and ideas. The idea of sustainability isno exception. In 1971 children’s author Dr Seuss brought out a book calledthe Loraxwhich dealt withissues concerning the sustainable use of Earth’s resources, long before the idea had become widelyaccepted in science and the media. Similar ideas had also been explored in Shel Silverstein’s 1964 bookthe Giving Tree.Your taskA.Read Dr Seuss’the Lorax. The book can be ordered from your local bookshop, borrowed fromyour local library, or you can read ithere. Also, have a look atthe LoraxhomepageB.Answer the following questions onthe Lorax1.Define and give an example of non-renewable natural capital.(2)2.What is the name of the natural capital being discussed inthe Lorax?(1)3.What other natural resources does the story include?(3)4.What is the difference betweennatural capitalandnatural income?5..:(2)

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Term
Fall
Professor
jay withgott
Tags
Work, Natural capital, The Lorax, Dr Seuss

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