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The Every Living Thing documentary film & digital media project seeks to inform and educate people about the importance of bioblitzes and#biodiversity research in #Canada and globally, as it relates to understanding climate change and modifying human behaviour that negatively impacts natural ecosystems.
View the United Nations facebook page to view more details. https://www.facebook.com/UNBiodiversity/?fref=pb&hc_location=profile_browser
Cool Australia shows many resources for teaching about sustainability and they are advertising a sustainability film competition and unit. Take a look!
Another resource for teaching about the environment is teachers guide titled Environment and Nature and uses three picture books to look at the local environment and nature.
The books include ' Why I love Australia, by Bronwyn Bancroft recommended for 2-7 years; Rusty loses his Loop, by Josie and Matthew Wright-Simon recommended for 4-7 years; and Tuart Dwellers, by Jane Ramage recommended for 7 – 12 years.' Scootle)
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