What Happens to Your Garbage? Making, fuel From Trash Using Hyper-Speed and Composting. You probably know that we humans make a lot of garbage. We use stuff and we throw it away, everyday. You may also know that we use a lot of fuel, especially fossil fuels like coal to create electricity for our...
Solar Culture - Think Outside the Box
You might already know that a solar farm is a piece of land where we set up a huge number of solar panels to generate electricity from the Sun’s energy.
You may have seen these farms in pictures or videos, or maybe you have
some near where you liv...
Solar Batteries for Kids - Next Generation. You may be used to seeing solar panels on the roofs of building and houses. And maybe you’ve seen some solar farms near where you live. The technology behind solar panels has been available since before you were born. But what you may not know is that t...
A small colony of 'Little Penguins' live on Penguin Island off the coast Perth, Western Australia.
The island has a Discovery Centre which treats and houses penguins that have been injured, orphaned or abandoned, usually as chicks
Alex visits Selingan, also know as Turtle Island.
She witnesses the full life cycle of the mother sea turtle - from laying eggs on a beach at night to the emergence of the hatchlings and their race for survival to the open seas
Alex returns to Mantanani Island and reconnects with the team from Reef Check Malaysia to see how plastic pollution is threatening the marine environment. She also finds out what the island community is doing to tackle the pollution
Alex and scientist KC take a walk around the fish market in Sandakan where they come across baby sharks and stingrays for sale.
KC explains the importance of sharks to a healthy marine ecosystem and how her research could improve the sustainability of the fishing industry and save sharks and rays.