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08 Jun-09 Jun 2022

Envirotent

  • 8 and over
  • Biodiversity
  • Nature
  • Sustainability

Brian Cox – Soil

Professor Jennifer Dungait and Professor Brian Cox investigate how different types of soil, even soil from the same field, can change how well plants grow, and how much food we're able to produce.
  • 8 and over
  • Biodiversity
  • Nature
  • Polar

Superheroes of the Southern Ocean

This short 3 minute video shows the role of krill as superheros of the Southern Ocean, supporting the Southern Ocean web of life whilst drawing down and storing carbon. They are climate heroes and climate victims.
  • 11 and over
  • Citizen Science
  • Climate Change
  • Nature
  • Pollution
  • Research
  • Technology

Our Breathing Earth

Balancing Carbon is a key issue of climate change. This interactive globe allows you to explore our planet and discover how scientists are monitoring carbon and other greenhouse gases.
  • 8 and over
  • Biodiversity
  • Nature

Rewilding

Scotland has famously empty landscapes. Tourists travel to see the huge rolling hills and moorlands populated by deer and grouse. We think of these as a very natural environment, however it has been made this way by humans!
  • 8 and over
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate Change
  • Nature

Why are rainforests important?

Rainforests are a vital part of the Earth's ecosystem. Watch this short video to see some of the reasons that rainforests are so important for life on Earth! Thanks to our friends at Dynamic Earth for providing the video.
  • all ages
  • Conservation
  • Nature

Edinburgh Zoo welcomes Scotland’s only sloths in new exhibit

Laura Piper from STV News reports on a pair of two-toed sloths in Edinburgh Zoo who are part of a project to raise awareness of biodiversity threats in South America.