New Google Tool Can Measure City Emissions

The great minds at Google have created yet another experimental tool and this one is particularly cool. Environmental Insights Explorer is a web application that can provide a variety of

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Visualising CO2

Carbon dioxide is all around us and constantly in flux. It’s released naturally through decomposition, ocean release, volcanos, and respiration. Obviously, human activities such as deforestation and the burning of

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App Helps Identify Origins of Pollution

Plastic rubbish and other undesirable waste wash up on beaches every minute around the world but unfortunately, it’s often impossible to tell where the waste originates and who’s responsible. Beautiful

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UK’s First Energy Positive Classroom

We love hearing success stories from schools in other parts of the world and we recently discovered the Active Classroom in the UK. Created by SPECIFIC, a U.K. Innovation and

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We’ve relaunched Solar Schools!

We’re super excited to unveil the brand new Solar Schools website! After months of planning, designing, tweaking and testing the new site is live and includes key feature revisions and

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Graphing with Climate Spirals

Finding it hard to wow crowds/classrooms with climate change data? Climate change spirals might be the spin you’re looking for. This online tool provides regular, updated versions of the climate

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Corals Stays Cool By Building Cloud Umbrellas

Beach umbrellas are a common sight during summer but how does our sea life protect itself from the harsh Australian sun? ‘Cloud Umbrellas’, according to a group of scientists from

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Where Does Rain Water Go?

Certain parts of Australia are prone to flooding while others seem to remain relatively dry. Have you ever thought about where the water goes once it’s on, or why some floods

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