The process of stomata, the microscopic openings on plants that allow them to breathe, is demonstrated.
The process for planting and harvesting sustainably farmed trees in Australia is explained.
In this very special episode of Scope, we look at Indigenous Australian Science! We explore the sky with Aboriginal Astronomy and get up close and personal with Deadly Science!
Scope is out on the street to check out the Brisbane Science Festival! Come with us as we spectate the Slime Olympics and watch our host carry fire in her bare hands!
Craig visits the inspiring kids at Sydney's Lane Cove Public who are tackling waste in their community.
Costa Georgiadis explores an urban farm giving city kids a country experience, Sophie Thomson and her girls do some crafty flower pressing, and Millie Ross drops in on a small suburban garden bursting with plants and quails.
The Once-ler arrives in the land of the lorax. It is the most beautiful place he has ever seen.Discussion prompts: Describe the land of the Lorax like before the Once-ler arrived? Did it seem like somewhere you'd like to live? Which parts of your own environment would you be sad to see go?