This resource explores the local and global issues surrounding climate change and sustainable development. It encourages outdoor learning using local trees, parks and woodlands, to understand climate change issues, the value of trees in the carbon cycle, and what individuals and schools can do to make a difference.
This online resource explores the interdependence of people and forests and the vital role forests play in sustaining our environment, through 4 sections, with Teachers’ Notes. Comparing and contrasting Scots Pine forest with Congo Basin rainforest, it encourages reflection and exploration of positive solutions for a sustainable future, as Active…
Scotland has many important industrial sites tracing the growth and development of the Industrial Revolution, including iron works, coal pits, slate mines and lead mines. Several of these sites are on what is now the national forest estate, including Wilsontown Ironworks.
Walk in the footsteps of history at the fascinating World War II sites that pepper the coastal forest sites of Scotland. These pages include information on anti-invasion defences and the Women's Timber Corps.
Identify the trees your leaves come from with this interactive learning resource.