• Making a Mountain (Special Screening)

    The physical form of our planet is always changing. What we see today is a snapshot in time. But we can use this picture to learn the rules governing the terrain around us, and understand how the world evolves. Come on a journey to the wild mountains of Snowdonia in Wales whose vivid and complex geology reveals much about the processes that continue to shape all land on earth. We run the peaks, camp in the uplands and climb to the summits to find out how these and all mountains are made and decline.

    Facilitator
    Anturus
    Location
    Online broadcast
    Suitable For
    Junior secondary school students
    Language
    English with Chinese & English subtitles
    Date & Time
    12.04 - 30.04 Mon - Fri
    Remarks
    • The tour lasts for about 20mins.
    • Registered schools will receive a link to access the video which will be available for unlimited playing in the period of time listed above.
    • School registration starts on 25 February 2021 at 12noon.
  • Rewilding Nature (Special Screening)

    Rewilding is an increasingly popular, and important, concept. The overarching idea is to restore the balance and diversity of natural ecosystems, but it can take many forms. It may involve planting forests or clearing unnecessary urban development. Management levels vary from the long-term absence of humans to the direct injection of nature in cities. It can be terrestrial or marine, biotic or abiotic. In many ways, rewilding will be essential in our fight against climate change, as well as to help heal our ever-increasing detachment from nature.

    Facilitator
    Anturus
    Location
    Online broadcast
    Suitable For
    Junior secondary school students
    Language
    English with Chinese & English subtitles
    Date & Time
    12.04 - 30.04 Mon - Fri
    Remarks
    • The tour lasts for about 15mins.
    • Registered schools will receive a link to access the video which will be available for unlimited playing in the period of time listed above.
    • School registration starts on 25 February 2021 at 12noon.
  • Our Changing Climate (Exclusive for Schools)

    Global warming is not only taking hold but speeding up. The Anturus team travel to Iceland to explore what can be done to control the crisis. Can energy from renewable sources match the amounts we now use? Can we capture carbon from the atmosphere to cool the climate? The effects of global warming on Iceland are profound. What can Iceland teach us about our changing climate?

    Facilitator
    Anturus
    Location
    Online broadcast
    Suitable For
    Junior secondary school students
    Language
    English with Chinese & English subtitles
    Date & Time
    22.03 - 30.04 Mon - Fri
    Remarks
    • The tour lasts for about 20mins.
    • Schools are required to register through Croucher Science Week school-event registration site.
    • Registered schools will receive a link to access the video which will be available for unlimited playing in the period of time listed above.
    • Registered schools can download a resource pack from the resource hub of the school event website.
    • School registration starts on 25 February 2021 at 12noon.