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10/01/14  |  London

New lesson plan about wind and insect pollinated flowers from the National Botanic Garden of Belgium.

During this lesson young people collect and discuss various flowers to learn about adaptations associated with pollination by wind and insects. This then leads to an appreciation of biodiversity.

03/12/13  |  London

Teaching about biodiversity: a lesson from the Botanic Garden of Bordeaux

‘What is biodiversity?’ is an interesting and engaging lesson that highlights important concepts involved in ecosystems and biodiversity, whilst illustrating scientific practices and techniques to get young people actively thinking about environmental issues.

14/10/13  |  London

Stop Global Food Waste

Up to 2bn tonnes of perfectly good food is wasted every year, resulting in the loss of land, water and energy. In Europe, better farming practices and transport, storage and processing facilities means that a larger proportion of food produced reaches our market. Why then do we waste it through retail and customer behaviour?

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Yes I completely agree with this that before wasting the food at least we must think about the poor people once. Because I have seen that when poor people don't have anything to eat they even search from the waste. <a href=""><a href="">onesie</a></a>

by Vern Malloy | 16/02/13 09:41:02

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