Join this Natural History Museum Citizen Science seaweed project to monitor the effects of environmental change on Britain's sea life. Explore the seashore and record the seaweeds that you find there, at any time of year.
Keep Scotland Beautiful are offering this professional learning opportunity for educators in the West Partnership The blended delivery programme covers source to sea litter, Learning for Sustainability and Circular Economy to engage young people in STEM. Starts w/c 19th September.
Check out these lesson plans which provide teachers with activities to engage young people in biodiversity conservation actions. As part of the GAIA 20:30 Biodiversity Campaign, teachers from all over the world were invited to develop, test, and submit Biodiversity Lesson Plans with a focus on: Promoting sustainable management of [...]
Encounter Edu have partnered with AXA Ocean Education and World Ocean Day for Schools to celebrate World Ocean Day. They are providing a range of live lessons and activities to help young people connect with and protect their local blue spaces.
RSPB have supported the development of a Biosecurity Schools Resource Pack. This includes biosecurity education modules which have been designed BY school pupils FOR school pupils. These include some outdoor activities.
Concrete fuels climate change, however, this article in The Conversation (March 22, 2022) provides exciting new developments in the production of low carbon concrete which can work with nature and our seas.
The Young Academy of Scotland (YAS) have developed a fantastic interactive map of the Scottish Coast. This shares stories, art work and media about particular places on the coast. This has included collaboration with the Open University, Edinburgh University and NatureScot. Check out these coastal National Nature Reserves (NNRs): Forvie [...]