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Envirotent

  • 8 and over
  • Oceans
  • Pollution

Scotland’s Amazing Marine Environment

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

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.
  • all ages
  • Climate Change
  • Oceans
  • Water

Scotland’s ‘beacon of hope’ in the battle against climate change

Haley Bouma from STV News reports visits a seagrass restoration project in Argyll. The seagrass is good for biodiversity and also traps blue carbon.
picture of the blue sea and blue sky
  • all ages
  • Biodiversity
  • Citizen Science
  • Oceans
  • Pollution

Ocean Explorers

Dive into the ocean explorer zone with the Marine Conservation Society to find out more about the secrets of our seas and what we can do to protect them.
A cicture of a yellow solar powered boat
  • 8 and over
  • Climate Change
  • Oceans
  • Research

Climate Change: Observing the Global Ocean

Find out how 4000 robots are helping us understand how our oceans are changing due to climate change.
Earth
  • 8 and over
  • Climate Change
  • Oceans
  • Research

Climate Change: Increasing Global Ocean Temperatures

Our oceans are warming due to climate change. Find out how we measure sea surface temperatures back to 1850.
CDT
  • 8 and over
  • Climate Change
  • Oceans
  • Research

The Ocean and Climate Change: What is a CTD?

The oceans play a major role in our climate. Find out how we measure the chemical composition, temperature and density of our oceans.