In this resource your group will look into the benefits nature can have on your physical and mental health. We’ll also bust some myths along the way. In this activity you and your students will: Research what are known benefits of getting out into nature. Learn about mindfulness and how we can use it to […]
The illegal wildlife trade has devastating impacts on animal populations and ecosystems. Learn more about the problems of poaching and trafficking and how you can help, no matter where you live.
Farming on land (agriculture) is familiar to everyone, but not all young people will have heard of its water-based equivalent, aquaculture. Just like agriculture, the environmental impact of aquaculture varies depending on which species are being farmed and the methods used. In this activity you and your students will: Compare and contrast the environmental impact […]
It is estimated that 260 million people worldwide are supported by marine fishing. This resource examines the fishing industry and suggests choices that consumers can take to help steer it into more sustainable practices In this activity you and your students will: Learn about the jobs supported by the fishing industry across the world. Learn […]
What kind of plants and animals live in our ocean? Why is the life we see in a warm sea like the Indian Ocean different from what we see in a cold sea like the North Atlantic?
What makes one sea warm and another sea cold? What makes water flow from one part of the world to another? And how does this affect where we find life in the oceans of the world?
The oceans and seas of the world are truly amazing and beautiful places full of life … and our pollution! Use this resource to discover the types of waste floating around the ocean and how you can help, no matter where you live!
London Gateway in Essex is the newest and most advanced container port in the UK. Jebel Ali in Dubai is home to the biggest and busiest port in the Middle East. Separated by thousands of kilometres, what do they share in common and what sets them apart?
Around 80% of world trade is transported by ships. In this resource we will think about the impact shipping has on us and our planet and come up with some ideas for creating more sustainable shipping.