Public information film explaining why water is a precious and valuable resource, exploding some of the myths about how much water we have and how much we’re now using. Many factors including climate change and changes in population means we won’t be able to carry on using water in the same way. Finally, the film explains some of the simple actions we can all take which can make to reduce our water use.
A Pacific Voices film from Kiribati. Local voices asking for world leaders to stop climate change so their people can have a future.
Handy hints on saving energy and lowering CO2 emissions
Plant Hunter Moctar introduces the Plant Detectives. The 10 to 11 year old Plant Detectives will see how Kew scientists identified mystery seeds and then embark on their own detecting challenge. Their mission is to identify mystery solving this will combine observational evidence with creative thinking.
The first commercial for the Norwegian organization Miljoagentene, Eco Agents, which educates kids about the environment and how to behave environmentally friendly.
Plant Hunter Masego introduces the Investigators. The 9 to 10 year old Investigators will investigate seed dispersal and do a germination experiment. They will also be able to collect and prepare seed using the Mini Seed Bank.
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.