70% of Europeans want US/NATO nuclear weapons out of their countries. Help us kick missile guy out of the house!
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.
The second commercial for norwegian organization Miljoagentene, Eco Agents, which educates kids about the environment and teaches them how to be more environmentally conscious.
Challenge Europe is a British Council project that brings together ambitious young people who want to make a lasting impact on climate change. It provides a platform to develop innovative and practical solutions to reduce carbon use.
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.
SWEA won a 2011 Ashden Award for their innovative secondary school programme – Young Energy People (YEP!). YEP! is building young people’s vocational skills, and inspiring them to become dedicated energy-savers through training and practical experience of energy management.
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.
Barclays ‘Spaces for Sports’ is investing 30 million pounds to create sustainable sports facilities in communities across the UK. This film follows Barclays’ work creating a BMX and skate park in the Midlands, UK.
A simple viral highlighting that the grown-ups have gone very, very wrong.
Providing the 4 components of habitat is not enough. Naturalist David Mizejewski tells you how to go green in your garden and help wildlife too.