Plant Hunter Carly introduces the Thinkers. The 7 to 8 year olds are the Thinkers, learning how to think critically. They are encouraged to reflect on their findings and pool their ideas. The children will explore how we use plants and investigate how they grow successfully.
Video provided by the ‘England Catchment Sensitive Farming Delivery Initiative’ giving farmers tips on track maintenance and raising awareness of how to manage tracks, therefore helping to protect the environment.
A Pacific Voices film from the Cook Islands. This community is living with the impacts of climate change on a daily basis.
Designing sustainable living futures in the heart of Melbourne’s Docklands.
The Global Eco Tourism Conference to be held in Noosa, Queensland, Australia
A Pacific Voices film from Nassau. Battling coastline erosion due to rough seas and rising sea levels. Extended dry periods now make life on this island paradise tough.
Enchanted lands and fables. A project that will show you stories, pictures and films from some of the most fascinating places on Earth.
www.appetiteforaction.org.uk is a new resource for primary schools built around an interactive platform that brings to life the process of going green through lesson plans, films and activities – such as lunchbox audits and building school gardens.
Naturalist David Mizejewski shows you the many ways you can provide wildlife with a place to raise their young.
Interviews with children about their attitudes towards their environments. Filmed as part of a project to provoke debate about the relationships between children and their environment.