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Atmostheatre

  • 11 and Over
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate Change
  • Oceans

Save Our Scottish Seas

Wed 29 Sep, 9:15am
Dive into the secrets of our ocean, discover ways to help our Scottish seas and understand more about the creatures that call it home. Join Kirsty Crawford from the Marine Conservation Society to find out more.
  • 8 and Over
  • Oceans
  • Pollution

Scotland’s Amazing Marine Environment

Fri 1 Oct, 10:30am
Scotland's marine environment is exceptional and diverse and supports more than 6,500 species of animals and plants. Find out more about it, the threats it faces and what you can do to protect it, with the Scottish Seabird Centre.
  • 8 and Over
  • Energy
  • Oceans
  • Sustainability
  • Technology

Scotland’s Tidal Energy Future

Thu 30 Sep, 1:45pm
Discover the most powerful tidal turbine in the world! Mechanical engineer, John Bowman, explains how the O2 turbine works, the challenges Orbital Marine Power have faced, and how tidal power could be a solution to energy needs in coastal countries.
view of ocean from the seabed with light coming through the water
  • 13 and Over
  • Climate Change
  • Oceans

Oceans Panel Discussion

Thu 30 Sep, 7:00pm
Join scientists from the Blue-Action project to find out how researchers across the world are working together to observe the oceans and build climate models that can support communities in adapting to a changing climate.
  • All Ages
  • Biodiversity
  • Conservation
  • Oceans

RZSS Edinburgh Zoo: Penguins Rock

Fri 1 Oct, 9:15am
Join the team at the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland’s Edinburgh Zoo for a tour of Penguins Rock. Learn about penguins, how climate change is affecting them and how Edinburgh Zoo are saving these animals through their important conservation work