Silent Forests

This website provides background information about the impact of the bushmeat trade in West and Central Africa. Bushmeat – meat from wild animals – is a regular source of food and income for many of West and Central Africa’s poorest inhabitants, but

Centre for Alternative Technology Learning Resources

The Centre for Alternative Technology website has a range of free downloadable activities and resource lists for teachers, covering a range of topics relating to global citizenship, biodiversity and sustainable development.

Footprint Futures

This website from the Centre for Alternative Technology is an eco-footprint teaching resource, and has been developed for teachers of Key Stages 2-3 in Wales. But all educators – in Wales and beyond – with an interest in teaching about sustainable

Children’s World Atlas

Children's World Atlas

Divided by geographical region, this beautifully illustrated World Atlas looks at the way in which communities and cultures across the world have been shaped by their natural environment, how all parts of the planet are interconnected and the challenges which face us all in creating a sustainableᅠfuture.

Poverty to Prosperity Challenge Pack

This teaching resource is designed to complement the Citizenship, Geography and RS curriculum, and it can also support community cohesion, active citizenship, critical thinking and greater environmental understanding.

Tree of Life

If every known species on Earth were a leaf on a tree, the tree would have almost 2 million leaves. Humans are just one leaf on this tree of life. This book is a beautifully illustrated introduction to the incredible variety of life on Earth.

Science Across the World

This innovative project aims to link young people in different countries through the exploration of science topics. Schools need to register initially to use the site, and then can gain access to the different topic discussion forums. Many of the

Science: The Global Dimension

This guidance booklet for secondary Science teachers introduces the idea of a global dimension in science teaching and learning. The book includes sections on the benefits of teaching the global dimension in science, to teachers and pupils, as well