Now here is a thought: Fishy breath, trampling and carnage are good things (in the right context).
biodiversity, climate change, conservation, nature, ocean, Science, Sustainability, Uncategorized
abundance, algae, atmosphere, biodiversity, carbon, carbon cycle, carbon dioxide, cetacean, climate change, climate crisis, climate regulation, conservation, deep sea, ecology, ecosystem, Environment, food web, herbivores, mammals, oceanography, predator, regulation, resilience, sea-level, seaweed, STEAM, STEM, zooplankton
Katie Baker from the Sea Watch Foundation reports an exciting new sighting in Cardigan Bay: a melanistic common dolphin spotted on 11 August 22.
Science Technology Engineering Art Mathematics, or STEAM, Education is close to my heart and something I have been engaging in for many, many years, althought I’ve been focussing mainly on the consonants within the acronym while maintaining an… Read More
education, Science, technology
aerodynamics, beetle, biology, flight, flying, nature, physics, STEAM, STEM
Today LikeToBe launched the Antartic Quest 21 School Outreach Programme. Members of the expedition team introduced the expedition and answered questions of school kids from as far away as South Africa. We covered everything from expedition food rations… Read More
Antarctica, education, learning, resilience, Science
Antarctic Quest 21, climate change, Environment, leadership, outreach, pollution, school, STEM