This week, we learned …
… climate change skeptics are more likely to behave in eco-friendly ways than those who are highly concerned about the issue. Yikes. Read of the week!
Get some ideas for going green yourself.
… how to design the most successful educational computer game of all time.
Follow the Oregon Trail with our successful educational map.
… Phoenicia never existed.
Learn more about these enigmatic “First Rulers of the Mediterranean.”
… how to count birds.
Can we count you in during the Year of the Bird?
… we wish we could tune into this new series “like Sesame Street, but in Inuktitut.”
Where can you find Inuktitut speakers?
… Egypt has lost the Nile.
How is Ethiopia’s dam-building impacting Egypt?
… a wind farm in rural Jordan is distributing electric and social power.
Use our activity to hold your own debate among wind-energy stakeholders.
… the Milky Way has been invaded.
Where is the invasion taking place?
… an Antarctic island is finally rat-free.
What does a Nat Geo expert think of South Georgia Island?
… a water filter inspired by Alan Turing passed its first test.
How is one educator helping guide students to a better understanding about water quality, water filters, and water access?