CASE icons-esi-green        The CASE Environmental Science Issues course is a specialization-level course that enables students to research, analyze, and propose sustainable solutions to environmental issues.

Students are immersed in inquiry-based exercises filled with activities, projects, and problems, which develop data acquisition and analysis techniques, critical thinking and evaluation abilities related to environmental issues, as well as independent research and problem solving.


Areas of study in Environmental Science Issues include the following:

- Issue Analysis

- Biodiversity

- Industrial Impacts

- Agriculture and Environmental Interactions

- Research Projects


For more information on the course, explore the links below.

ESI Course Description

ESI Expanded Lesson Review

Standards Alignment Matrices

ESI Course Brochure


Development of the CASE Environmental Science Issues course has been made possible by contributions from Growth Energy as a special project of the National FFA Foundation.



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