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Biomes and Food Security: Biomes and Food Security
The No Nonsense Guide to Fair Trade by David Ransom; Anita Roddick (Introduction by)
Call Number: 382.71 RAN
From coffee farming Peru and cocoa production in Ghana to jeans maufacture in China and the Banana War of Guatemala and the Caribbean, this timely No-Nonsense Guide tells the human story behind the products we consume.
Biomes Atlases (series)
Call Number: 577
set of seven books:
Arctic Tundra and Polar Deserts
Deserts and Semi-Deserts
Oceans and Beaches
How Big is your Food Footprint? by Paul Mason
Call Number: 304.28 MAS
Eat Your Heart Out: Why the food business is bad for the planet and your health by Felicity Lawrence
Call Number: 613.2 LAW
Wheat by John and Jennifer Barwick
Call Number: 338.1 BAR
The Science of Creating Chocolate by Clint Twist
Call Number: 664.5 TWI
Wildlife and Plants of the World (encyclopaedia set)
Foodprint Melbourne teaching resources and lesson plans to support delivery of the Year 9 geography unit 'Biomes and food security'.
The materials cover most outcomes for the 'Biomes and food security' unit of both the Victorian and Australian curriculum. The resources include teacher instructions and student worksheets, maps, GIS files, data sets, infographics and videos.
GeoWorld 9 by Susan Bliss
Call Number: 910 BLI
Geography/History 9: Australian Curriculum by Mark Easton
Call Number: 910 EAS
Cambridge humanities and social sciences for Queensland. 9 by Kate Buchanan