This video looks at the use of bottled water in the US, the lifecycle of the water bottle and some environmentally friendly choices we can make. After you have watched it you can have fun answering the quiz below.
This video is about the life cycle of a t-shirt across the world. It looks at how and where the average cotton t-shirt is made, and what the global social and environmental impact is of this process. Watch it here and have fun doing the quiz after.
This video is about the journey of a water drop to our taps. It looks at how water evaporates to form clouds, travels back down to the ground as rain, and supports all plant and animal life; but before it reaches our taps it has to be cleaned! After watching it have fun doing the quiz.
This video is a chapter from ‘The Story of Water’ on Conservation. It looks at the issues our water faces, how we use water and concludes with what we can do to help. Watch it here and then have fun doing the quiz on the link below.
Do you know what happens to your drinking water before it reaches your tap? Check out this weeks Wednesdays Water Watch video on the Drinking Water Treatment Process and carry out the fun quiz to learn more!
Do you know what happens to our wastewater? From Drain to Sea is a short video that looks at the various stages our wastewater goes through before it can be released back to rivers and sea. After watching have fun doing the quiz below.
This video is a chapter from ‘The Story of Water’ on Wastewater. It discusses the facts that raw sewage is released into the water around Ireland’s coastline and the impacts it has on our lives and the environment. Watch the video and test your knowledge with the quiz below.
The Riptide Movement Plastic Oceans Web Series – Episode 1
Age Group: Senior Primary and Secondary
This video is Episode 1 from The Riptide Movement’s Plastic Oceans web series. The band journeys across the country investigating the issue of marine plastic and discussing its impacts on us and the environment and various solutions to these problems. Watch the video and carry out the related quiz below.
‘Sticky. Stretchy. Waterproof. The Amazing Underwater Tape of the Caddisfly’ is part of the ‘Deep Look’ short video series created by KQED San Francisco and presented by PBS Digital Studios. It investigates the underwater life of the caddisfly and how they make their cases. Watch the fascinating video and carry out the related quiz below.
Are you interested in learning about what you can do at your school when you are on the Green-Schools water theme? If so, check out this short video on the Green-Schools 7 Steps for Water in Action and test yourself with the quiz!