Save the world

Save the world

Show your students that science really matters by using one of our free Save the World activities.

 

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Sinking Islands
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Description News March 2023: The latest IPCC report says we have only 7 years to halve emisions (which are still rising)...
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Ditch microplastics from your wash
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Short description News March 2023: A new report says microplastics in the oceans have risen 10x in the last 15 years...
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Carbon Neutral
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Description We're running out of time to protect the planet from the worst effects of global warming. The UK says...
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Car Wars 2030
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Description What energy source will power students' cars in the future:  Electricity? Hydrogen? Biofuel?  This short activity gets students to...
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Energy savers
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Description Elon Musk's company Tesla invent electric cars to reduce our fossil fuel emissions from transport. Other companies invent devices...
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Beavers in London
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Short description 337 downloads News March 2023: Beavers to return to London as part of urban rewilding (see weblink). Our...
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Solar roadways
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Short description Revolutionary roads which stay snow-free, claim developers. A click of a switch they can transform the road into...
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Death to diesel
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Short description Major car manufacturers have fitted software to diesel cars to cheat exhaust emissions tests. In this activity students...
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Rewilding
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Description Rewilding aims to reintroduce lost animal species back to ecosystems. It’s happening around the world – bison in Romania,...
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To frack or not
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Short description The extraction of gas from shale rock – hydraulic fracturing, or fracking – is widespread in the USA....
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Invasion!
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Short description Common ragweed, Ambrosia artemisiifolia, is an invasive plant which is spreading across Europe. Because of illness caused by its...
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