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A Delicate Balance - 0 views

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    A doco worth seeing, but a bit scary i think!
Matt Johnston

Home :: World Without Oil - 0 views

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    Great way for students to be involved in and live with a WWO
Matt Johnston

Education - Practical Action UK - 0 views

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    Interesting site with lots on a wide range of eco based learning.
Matt Johnston

10 Environmental Games That Teach Kids About Earth, Ecology & Conservation - 0 views

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    "With the right eco-education, we can hope they will hit the ground running. A lot of schools and educational institutions are doing their bit by including the environment as part of the curriculum. Words like 'carbon footprint' and global warming' comes to them as easily as the name of any present-day rock star.

    That's cool. But who said that ecological or environmental education needs to be bookish or donnish? Thanks to online games, it can be brought out from textbooks into the fun world. Online environmental games games that teach kids about animals and conservation make the task interactive."
Matt Johnston

MiniMonos Home - 0 views

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    Green world from NZ
Matt Johnston

Monkey business - digital-living - technology | Stuff.co.nz - 0 views

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    "We wanted to create a world so children could have a place of their own, a place that allows them to explore and grow without constant pressure to buy stuff," says MiniMonos founder Melissa Clark- Reynolds, an entrepreneur, climate change activist, and mother. "We also wanted them to have a place that embodies core values, such as sustainability and generosity, without turning those values into a boring lecture."
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The Story of Bottled Water - 0 views

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    From the Story of Stuff people, the story of bottles water.!
Matt Johnston

Walking the Amazon: The blog of a journey from source to sea - 0 views

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    Ed Stafford is walking the length of the Amazon river in South America from the source to the sea. He has been walking for:

    784 days

    He started on 2nd April 2008 and is expecting to finish in August 2010. No-one has ever done what he is attempting....
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