Can you build a home for some solitary bees, and a garden that is attractive to bees to provide them with much needed food?
Abu Dhabi student Morgan Pitman wins a place on Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots National Youth Leadership Council in the US.
Calling all university filmmakers! The Jane Goodall Institute teams up with Love Nature to present the Roots & Shoots Documentary Competition
James Allen’s Prep School has put together some great resources to help you set up and run a Roots & Shoots group
In honour of Dr Jane’s birthday this week’s featured activity is from our People category and is all about inspirational scientists.
This week we are featuring the second of our “bite-sized” activities taken from the Iceworld Mission Energy Series. Carry out a questionnaire to find out where energy is used in your home. How can you save energy and help the planet? Students will create Home Energy Questionnaires to print/write out and take home, or which can be used in […]
How and where is energy used in your home? The more energy we use, the more greenhouse gases are created contributing to climate change, so how can we save energy?
This week’s featured activity is all about the people who live in the coldest parts of our world.
With cold weather forecast, this week’s featured activity is about identifying the difficulties wildlife can face during winter, and how we can help them through these tricky times.
This activity looks at the food we eat and where it comes from (AKA its food miles). Can you reduce the energy that goes into getting your food from A to B by eating local, seasonal produce?