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This page displays all climate change resources related to food and agriculture. If you know of any resources you think might be relevant, please submit using the link below.
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ARKive Education is a free-to-use, multi-media resource bank for teachers and other educators. Making use of the imagery available at the ARKive website www.arkive.org, ARKive Education provides downloadable, ready to use modules on a wide...
Activity to stimulate research and discussion with KS4 and 5 students on the implications of climate change on food production and the countryside. Use to identify further questions to ask experts.
Soil and crop experts from Harper Adams University College explain how climate change will effect food production and the countryside. This is a transcript of a live webcast, a recording of which can be viewed, using the Ask the Expert...
Climate Choices - Children's Voices is an excellent resource aimed at teachers of children aged 9-11 years (UK years 5 and 6) who want to help children begin to understand the challenging and complex issue of climate change. The site...
BBC's quick guide to sustainable food
As part of the BBC's Climate Chaos season they showed eight short films dealing with climate change around the world.
Activity to stimulate research and discussion with KS4 and 5 students on the impacts of climate change on the UK. Use to identify further questions to ask experts. Links to Ask The Expert webcast 5 but can be used independently.
Dr John Thornes of the University of Birmingham took part in an Ask the Expert webcast on the impacts of climate change on the UK. He gave a brief talk about the subject before answering questions put to him by students at The Burton...
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