Rowanbank Environmental Arts & Education offer this innovative climate education programme fusing storytelling, circus, music, theatre and environmental science for secondary schools. The Climate Wellbeing Project addresses climate change in an informative, meaningful and positive way, with a focus on mental health and wellbeing, and inspiring collective climate action. The [...]
Earth Heritage should interest geological conservation specialists, and those studying Earth and environmental sciences in universities, colleges and secondary education. Earth Heritage is produced twice yearly to stimulate interest in geodiversity and a broad range of geological and landscape conservation issues within the UK and further afield. It is free in pdf [...]
This one hour lesson by the Economist gives a useful introduction to the idea of circular economies and why they’re important for sustainability. This is a secondary level resource. You need to create an account or log in to access this resources. A ‘circular economy’ is one in which products continue [...]
The British Ecological Society (BES) offer Maths skills for biologists. This is a 12 page guide developed with the Field Studies Council aimed at students and teachers of 16-19 Biology. The resource covers areas including mathematical and statistical skills, planning field investigations, specific statistical tests and data presentation. This guide can also [...]
The Blueprint Challenge: A Future High Street project, TechFest, supported by Bluewater, challenges S3/S6 students to redesign a local high street and create a space that allows society to thrive whilst simultaneously celebrating the natural world. This project spans a range of different disciplines (engineering, architecture, art and design, health and wellbeing, etc.). It [...]
Take a look at Natural Nations resources, with some great surveys and lesson activities available, shared here by Learning Through Landscapes. You can also take part in citizen science, by sharing your data to this Natural Nations data page.
This free Biological Recording Guidance note, shared by the Field Studies Council, explains what biological recording is and why it is important. This may be particularly useful for secondary students and teachers and to support Citizen Science activities.
The North East Atlantic is home to incredibly diverse marine habitats and species. The Marine Conservation Society’s brand-new Biodiversity lesson plan for ages 14-16 explores some of these key habitats, the creatures living there, and how these important ecosystems are interlinked.