Explore the many ways life reveals itself on Earth, with a collection of videos that capture much of the diversity of plants and animals, the challenges they face and hope for the future.
If you need any extra inspiration to head out and collect rubbish in your suburb on Clean Up the World Day, explore the problem waste represents on a grander scale and learn how a little bit of local effort contributes to a global solution.
Dive into the science of the ocean for National Science Week 2020, with a collection that explores some of the technologies developed to clean up and study the deep. Start with Australia's Seabin invention, with videos from Scope and Foreign Correspondent, and explore the Deep Blue: Innovations for the Future of Our Oceans guide for activities.
Videos to stimulate discussion, inform and expose students to concepts around the subject of environmental sustainability.
Videos to stimulate discussion, inform and expose primary school students to concepts around the subject of environmental sustainability.
Take time for nature with this collection of videos. With a focus on biodiversity, conserving endangered species, ecosystems and habitats, these videos will take you around the world of animals and plants.
The summer of 2019-20 has been a horrific one for bushfires in Australia. Help your students understand the causes and science of bushfires, and meet the people fighting — and recovering from — the phenomenon.
With classroom-ready clips for term 1, put some of the big issues of the summer in context, and discuss Lunar New Year, Australia Day, Safer Internet Day, Clean Up Australia Day and Harmony Day as well.
Join Craig Reucassel's War on Waste and investigate the effect of fast fashion on our environment. See how scientific knowledge can applied to create more sustainable foods with fewer negative impacts with Foreign Correspondent. And visit the City Without Water with Dateline and discover how people confront an environmental crisis.
'Show don't tell' younger learners with videos all about the weather and where food comes from with classic For the Juniors. Get to know how forces and living things shape the Earth and our survival on it with Scope. See how energy is transformed and materials work in hands on experiments on Wow! That's Amazing — then try them in class!
How would you survive if your favourite meal no longer existed? Discover some of the ways producers around the world are trying to secure our food supply, develop sustainable goods amid climate change and minimise waste — and see what we can all do to help.
Every year, schools across Australia come together to mark National Tree Day in late July. Mark the call for action with this collection designed to demonstrate the importance of trees.
Recycling is something everyone can do reduce the amount of waste that goes into landfill. Learn tips and tricks to share with your students and help preserve our environment.
Help turn your school and community into waste-wise wonderlands. Share and watch this collection that features the five Rs, a solar-powered drip irrigation system, recycling robots and much more.
Celebrate and showcase how young Australians can take positive everyday action for a sustainable Australia. Use this collection to create awareness and start a discussion about enviroweek in your classroom.
Due to various reasons our ozone layer has been affected. Find out concerns and ways to combat this issue in this collection featuring information about the ozone layer and climate change.
From Bathurst to Jabiluka, or gold to uranium, mining has reshaped Australia's landscape, economy and society. Explore the boom times and busts of life when miners move in or move on.
From Scope's junior scientists to Stephen Hawking, share how researchers and futurists imagine what our lives will look like in years to come, and how they're preparing for it.
Explore a range of farm animals and farm produce, and explore ways farm produce is packaged before being moved from the farm to places where the food is sold or made into other products.
Many of Australia's 1 million species of different animals and plants are unique to this part of the world. Get to know them a bit better with some of our favourite nature videos.
Living things have basic needs, including food and water and are important to us. Discover how to care for all types of living things in this curated playlist.
Capture students’ interest and find out what they think they know about how living things, such as small animals, insects and mini beasts grow. Discover what these creatures need in their habitats in order to survive.
Water and weather, and the world play a significant role in our lives. Watch this playlist to find out about the impact on the earth through hands-on scientific exploration and experimentation.
Australia is addressing climate change and ensuring energy security and affordability. Find out more about the effects of climate change and how it is impacting your life.
Climate change is rapidly effecting our environment and our lives. Discover what is happening and how everyone can take part in making a difference.
The ocean serves not only as Earth's lungs, but is also home to nanoarchaeum equitans, the world's smallest living organism, and the gigantic blue whale, the largest creature to have ever lived. See why the sea is so important in this timely collection marking World Oceans Day.
Environmentalists are full of ideas about how we can make changes in our everyday lives and reduce the impact on our environment. These videos show us how.
Over the past 200 years many species of plants and animals have become extinct. Find out all about the management and conservation measures which are being taken to save others from a similar fate.
Bees are actually really important and do more than just buzzing around. Understand and raise awareness on why bees are important for our ecosystem.
Dive into the Great Barrier Reef with Attenborough, explore Kakadu's Mountford rock art, peek inside the micro-worlds of the Galapagos, and be awed by the Great Wall of China when exploring these world heritage listed sites.
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