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Pop Ups!

I found a nice little mark scheme for developing an ecotourist resort ( developed by rbt) and rather than just get the pupils to draw it, I set the parameters that the resort, whilst following the features of the success criteria and elminating non essential features, had to have a pop up element to it!. 161 more words

Key Stage 3

Fieldwork across the years

Fieldwork is crucially important. At this point in time, where many activities for children exist indoors, it is more important than ever that pupils are allowed to explore and interact with the environment around them. 385 more words


What is In-Situ Conservation?

In-situ conservation is defined as the protection of species and their genetic integrity, as well as habitats in the wild. This means that species are conserved within their natural habitats through effective management and protection from mostly human impacts. 445 more words


California pipeline spill and coastal pollution of Gaviota coast, a rare Mediterranean-climate region of northern and southern plants and wildlife

Source: Associated Press

Copyright 2015, The Associated Press

A broken onshore pipeline spewed oil down a storm drain and into the Pacific Ocean for several hours before it was shut off, creating a slick some 4 miles long across a scenic stretch of central California coastline. 590 more words


Sustaining Sustainability (Academic Sample. Three out of 16 pages)

Ominous environmental threats exist globally that will affect the livelihood of future generations and the sanctity of our ecosystems. This future world, described in Daniel Moran’s Climate Change and National Security: A Country-Level Analysis, examines individual nations in a post-industrialist society in which climate change, previously referred to as global warming, has steadily grown as a prevailing problem worldwide. 926 more words


Posted by rezinate on March 18, 2012

Anthropologists- seems like people either love them or hate them-was having a conversation with someone about the subject of anthropology and they happened to ask what I thought of Russell’s rants about anthropology and his attempts to cast himself as being a greater authority. 332 more words

A Wolf Story Worth Repeating...

There is always at least two sides to a story about something as uncooperative as wolves, but this video tells a part of the story you might not hear else where.

Thanks to Charlie Blackburn!

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