Welcome to our new website

We are very excited to be involved in setting up a new educational resource for students and staff that have an interest in environmental issues.

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Our online subscription gives you access to learning resources that will help you understand key principles, learn the most important facts, become familiar with the technical terminology and check your progress.

You will also learn valuable study skills and exam techniques.

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Our teacher's subscription provides you with resources for classroom teaching, guiding students' private study and monitoring student progress.

Each topic comes with presentations, detailed notes and plans and full access to the accompanying student's resources.

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Global Climate Change


The IPCC is attempting to limit global temperature rise to 1.5 oC

Whale deaths near Scotland


The deaths of whales off the Scottish coast may have been caused by the noise of military sonar

Orcas and PCBs


The Orcas around the coast of the UK have exceptionally high PCB levels

New Textbook


Finally in print!

New satellite research


New satellite projects will collect more environmental data.

Huge new Antarctic iceberg


A new iceberg has broken off from the Larsen ice shelf into the Weddel Sea.

Barn owls and hearing loss


Barn owls do not lose the sensitivity of hearing in the same way that humans do.

More details of the beaver reintroduction


The reintroduction of the beaver in Devon has had huge benefits for biodiversity and river catchment management.

Beavers help manage water catchments


The re-introduction of beavers in Devon has helped to improve water management and reduce pollution and erosion.

The hunt for new antibiotics


Living organisms use a wide range of chemicals to protect themselves from microorganisms. Studying them is a vital part of our search for new antibiotics.

Amphibian conservation


Amphibians are one of the most specialised groups of organisms, so their survival is a good 'thermometer' on the state of the planet.

HEP dams and public health


HEP dams that block the movement of migratory prawns can threaten human health.

Tracking oceanic wildlife


Tracking wildlife across oceans shows the need for coordinated wildlife conservation.

Continued CO2 rise


Monitoring at Mauna Loa shows that CO2 concentrations are still rising.

Be wary of unreliable sources of information


The internet has an increasing number of unreliable websites.

Doing your bit


We can all do our bit to raise awareness of environmental problems.

Sources of climate change data


Links to websites with current or interactive data.

The use of drones in environmental research


The increasing use of UAVs in environmental research is opening up many new areas of research.

New spec finally accredited by Ofqual


A long time coming but it is now official. Fabulous news!!

Changes in Antarctic ice


The Larsen C ice shelf may be close to calving a huge iceberg.