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Lesson Plan and Presentation: Waste - Composting - youth and adults

Learn about why waste is harmful and how composting can help.

Lesson Plan and Presentation: Waste - Recycling - youth and adults

Learn about recycling - how it's done and why it is important.

Lesson Plan and Presentation: Water - Sustainable Living - youth and adults

Learn what can be done through this practical water saving programme.

Lesson Plan and Presentation: World Environment Day - The Air We Breathe (pollution) Grade 9

In this lesson plan and presentation, students will be exposed to a variety of topics around the weather and climate change, including the greenhouse effect, global warming (the atmosphere) and the different causes of climate change. 

Pamphlet: Careers in Conservation Grade 11-12

Learn about all the careers that are possible in conservation. 

Poster series Marine Endangered Marine Birds

This series of three posters will give you all the information you need about three endangered marine bird species including the African penguin, Cape comorant and Cape gannet.

Presentation: Arbor Day - youth and adults

Arbor Day is celebrated on the last Friday of April annually. This is a special day to celebrate trees like a birthday. Its purpose is to encourage people to learn about the importance of trees and how to protect them for us and future generations.

Presentation: Biodiversity - International Day of Forests

On 21 March each year, the world celebrates International Day of the Forest. This special day highlights the importance of forests to people such as cleaning the air we breathe for us and providing us with wood for creating books, stationery and musical instruments.

    Presentation: Defending our climate from change

    Scientists are more than 95% certain that nearly all of global warming is caused by increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases and other human emissions. If we don't change our our attitudes towards climate change, we risk facing food shortages and the extinction of many wildlife species. 

    Presentation: Exploring life underwater – our marine biodiversity

    Marine biodiversity is the variety of plant and animal life that we find in the oceans and seas. Marine biodiversity must be preserved because it creates jobs through tourism, provides raw materials for medicine and acts as a food source for both human beings and other animals. 

    Presentation: Living Fossils - Cycads

    Do we know what Cycads are?  These ancient plants go as far back as the dinosaurs. Cycads are slow-growing plants but can live hundreds of years and resemble a palm or fern but are not related.