“Making Waves: Sea Scotland Youth Voices” is an event dedicated to people aged 18 – 30. It provides a key platform to share ideas, learn from diverse experiences, and actively contribute to sustainable solutions for the challenges facing Scotland’s seas. The events are online on the 17th of April and [...]
In this Scotland’s Nature post (25 September, 2023) to mark Climate Week, NatureScot’s marine sustainability advisor, Corallie Hunt tells us why blue carbon is so important in the fight against climate change.
Did you know that our oceans occupy two-thirds of the total surface area of planet Earth? Discover more in this Field Studies Council blog (29 June 2023) from Gem Simmons (a tutor at Rhyd-y-Creuau). Explore the crucial role of marine ecosystems, the threats they are facing, and how we can [...]
Keep Scotland Beautiful has just announced the annual Scotland's Beach Awards 2023 celebrating the achievements of well managed beaches for people and the environment across the country. 52 beaches have been awarded excellence in three key areas: Access, facilities and safety Local environmental quality Community and heritage
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.
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.