Go pond-dipping and identify what you find. Submit your results online and discover the health of your pond.
Estimate the size of your ecological footprint. How long does it take you to walk from its center to its edge?
Cut a square of turf and shake out the inhabitants.
Go out with a trash bag and collect trash. Turn the items into a piece of art and try to get it featured in your local newspaper as a way of demonstrating any problems of consumption and waste...
Training step 5: What it means to be a Mission:Explorer.
Training step 4: Dealing with situations.
Training step 3: First aid and reducing risks.
Training step 2 - Avoiding danger when exploring both online and outdoors.
Training Step 1 - Discover how to use Mission:Explore. Look below and click on Show Information to find out.
Imagine you are the last bear in Britain. Explore a wood as if you're that bear.
Go on a journey with a friend and make a journey stick to help you tell the story of your adventure when you get back.
‘Interview’ something that you’ve bought that was made in or comes from another country. What story does it tell you?
Every time someone calls your house ask them where they are calling from. Draw a line on a map from where they are to where you are.
Go for a walk where there are lots of sounds and record the noises around you. Do the same walk again whilst listening to the recording you just made.
Photograph the things that you think hold your community together and create its identity.