Science: Year 2

Science: Year 2

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Science: Year 2
  • Hot Poets - Group Film

    This is a group poem edited together from the 12 Hot Poet COP26 poems - written and performed by leading spoken word poets from the UK and South Africa including Joelle Taylor, Vanessa Kisuule, Matt Harvey, Jonny Fluffypunk, Repeat Beat Poet, Zena Edwards, Toni Giselle Stuart, Chris Redmond, Yomi...

  • Planet Bonehead - Episode 7: Back to the Gator

    Accidentally thrown back in time to the 1950's using Pa's time machine, the Boneheads meet a young Pa Fossil and J.P. Rothbone, the school bully. As J.P. and his sniveling cronies' new business--alligator skin products: jackets, shoes, and "stuff like that" scales up, the future Bonehead has look...

  • Planet Bonehead - Episode 6: Bird Trek The Wrath of Falcon

    A professionally animated episode from the Planet Bonehead TV show. In this parody of STAR TREK, Cpt Bonehead and his crew on board the VERTIBRISE get an anonymous hail telling them that JP Rothbone and his Sniveling Cronies have captured all the birds of prey in the area. With no birds of prey a...

  • Imperfect Foods

    Billions of pounds of perfectly good food go to waste every year. Jacobs Farm wants to end this,

  • Hot Poets - Yomi Ṣode, Chaos in the Sky and on Land

    A crisis resulting from a natural disaster is not merely natural, but also depends upon how those disasters impact society because of weaknesses in infrastructure or societal response (e.g. despite a perfect weather forecast for Hurricane Katrina, over 1400 died). Such crises are often sudden-ons...

  • Hot Poets - Elvis McGonagall, Extreme Weather Report

    The Poem's context is around the reporting of the Met Office which is the national meteorological service for the UK. They provide critical weather services and world-leading climate science, helping you make better decisions to stay safe and thrive. The Met Office Hadley Centre is one of the UK’...

  • Hot Poets - Jonny Fluffypunk, Put the Children by a Tree

    It is Forest School Birmingham’s deepest wish that young people and those working in education awaken to the vital role that the natural world plays in the health and well-being of our species and that, by creating opportunities for children, young people and educators to find healing and peace i...

  • Hot Poets - Repeat Beat Poet, A Rhyming Guide to Climate Litigation

    The Repeat Beat Poet is working with Joana Setzer, an Assistant Professorial Research Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, at the London School of Economics and Political Science – LSE. Her main areas of expertise are climate litigation and global envir...

  • Hot Poets - Francesa Beard, Geology Rocks.

    The BGS is focused on public-good science for government and on research aimed at understanding the earth and its environmental processes, helping society use natural resources responsibly, managing environmental change, being resilient to environmental hazards, and adapting to climate change.
    R...

  • Hot Poets - Joelle Taylor, Could Mr Sands Please Come to Reception

    Dr Gareth Clay is a Reader in Physical Geography at The University of Manchester. He is a physical geographer whose research has explored how fundamental environmental processes are affected by pressures, such as fire, grazing and pollution. His core research uses both natural science and social ...

  • Hot Poets - Matt Harvey, Praise the Whale

    Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) campaigns to save whales and dolphins. Whales play a big part in helping to keep the ocean healthy and are our allies in the fight to reverse climate breakdown. How? A lot of it is to do with poo! Their poo contains key nutrients for phytoplankton, tiny plants...

  • Hot Poets - Zena Edwards, Mother of the Forest

    The Word Forest Organisation is a young charity founded by passionate environmentalists based in the South West. They plant trees, build schools, facilitate education and support women’s empowerment in rural Kenya. Trees planted in the tropics grow up to ten times faster than anywhere else on the...

  • Hot Poets - Vanessa Kisuule, The Earth's Thirst

    Passionate about nature, dedicated to saving it. Since the RSPB started on their mission in 1889, the threats to nature have continued to grow, but they’ve grown to meet them too. The RSPB is now the largest nature conservation charity in the country, consistently delivering successful conservati...

  • Hot Poets - Toni Giselle Stuart, Ocean Home

    The Beach Co-op began in 2015 when a group of volunteers started meeting every new moon to collect marine debris at our local surf break – the rocky shore at Surfers Corner in Muizenberg. They wanted to do something for the ocean that gives us so much. This vision underlies the work they do today...

  • Hot Poets - Liv Torc - When You Know the Water's Coming

    Liv's poem is based on the incredible work of Somerset County Council, Somerset Wildlife, Trust and Farming & Wildlife Advisory Group. Adapting the Levels is a partnership project dedicated to empowering the communities of the Somerset Levels to take action on climate adaptation. Somerset is on t...

  • Hot Poets - Chris Redmond, Green Futures; The Earth is Waiting

    With an ever-increasing human population extracting value from Earth, the world faces severely degrading ecosystems. Over 1.3 billion people are affected by degrading agricultural land. It has never been so abundantly clear that we need functional ecosystems to support the complex life forms that...

  • Beavers without Borders

    Beavers used to be an integral part of the UK landscape but they were pushed to extinction over 400 years ago, hunted for their meat, oils and fur. With the loss of this species came the loss of balance and ultimately a less resilient environment. Restoring beavers helps with UK climate change an...

  • Sharks of South Africa

    A modern take (2010) on the incredible marine life and dangerous predators of South Africa with a partnership with the charity community group Karmagawa, to help with their latest projects (education and research) to learn first-hand about their conservation efforts surrounding the sharks in thei...

  • Deep in Thought

    A hypnotic short film about the marine life in the ocean, ranging from incredible corals, lobsters, sea turtles, cuttlefish and the love shared by an owner and her beloved dog.

  • Child of the Cenote

    A female free-diver embarks on an underwater journey throughout the underwater caves of the Mexican Yucatan Peninsula, called Cenotes. She follows the light that shines within the deepest and darkest part of the caves only to discover something she least expects. This entire film was shot free-di...

  • Diving The Dragon

    A team of international divers discover the most amazing underwater eco-system with spectacular footage of these dynamic and rare reefs, which include film of Moray eels, Stingrays and Turtles. They also explore the islands for a trip to discover where Monkeys, Deer and even Komodo dragons live.

  • Coral Reefs, The Lungs of our planet

    An incredible secret underwater realm lies beneath our oceans. A rare and close-up view into some of the world’s most exotic marine species from moray eels, barracuda, corals, sharks, fish and pacific cleaner shrimp.

  • Darius Fisher - Sekem's Future with John D Liu

    in 1977 an incredible project was born, 60 miles northeast of Cairo. The transformation was to make the desert, bloom with new trees, medicinal plants and food crops. Seken now stands as an incredible mile stone in peaceful collaboration, teaching humanity and society what we can achieve when we ...

  • High Plains Wild

    Rising from the plains are massive buttes. lies a world of short-grass prairies, pine woodlands, and mountain mahogany shrubland. On top of these massive buttes lives a rare species of big-horned sheep, Once wiped out, this species is now thriving in this rich landscape.