The panel discusses how the Chernobyl incident has affected the lives of people, plants, and wildlife in the surrounding regions of Belarus, Ukraine, and Russia. The panel also compares the lives of those who have lived in Chernobyl to the lives of those who live close to nuclear plants in the U.S. There is also discussion on nuclear power, compared to alternative forms of energy generation.
- USHC-7 The student will demonstrate an understanding of the impact of World War II on the United States and the nation’s subsequent role in the world.
- In defense of democracy, a government may need to confront aggression and ask its citizens for sacrifice in wars and providing foreign aid that, in turn, affects the practice of democracy at home. To make informed political decisions about when and ho...