Clips & Activities

World populations stats!

Celebrate World Population Day (11 julio 2019) by using this interactive map and timeline from worldpopulationhistory.org to allow your learners to see for themselves how different milestones (relating to food and agriculture, health, people and society, the environment, science) have impacted on world population growth throughout history. In addition, they can find information on fossil fuel CO2 emissions, fertility rates, urbanisation and life expectancy. What will they discover about where they live? (Image taken from the worldpopulationhistory.org website)

Take the mask challenge!

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Introduce your learners to the theme (air pollution) of World Environment Day (05 June 2019) with this video from maskbook.org, a project which invites people from around the world to design their own mask and share it on their site to promote awareness of air pollution and how it affects the environment.(Image taken from YouTube video on the www.maskbook.org website)

Air quality where you live

Help your learners celebrate World Environment Day (5 June 2019) using this air quality tracker from the World Air Quality Project, an organisation which monitors air quality around the world.  Can your learners find out what it’s like where they live, and what conclusions can they draw from comparing different areas? (Image taken from the aqicn.org)

Europarc Junior Rangers in action!

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Celebrate the European Day of Parks (24 May) by watching these Junior Rangers (on a video from europarc.org on YouTube) help look after and learn about the environment and nature all over the continent.  Could your learners do a similar project? (Image taken from YouTube video on the www.europarc.org website)