Interview: Kate O’Donnell (Exploratorium)

The first of, hopefully many, Geogramblings interviews! I talk to Kate O’Donnell from the Exploratorium museum in San Francisco for Discover the World Education’s “International Connections” TeachMeet (broadcast on Thursday 11th June 2020). This blog post gives the full 10-minute edit of the interview, where you can get some examples of teaching & learning resources for your Science, Geography lessons and beyond, no matter where you are in the world! If you like ‘geographers’ interviewing ‘geographers’, a plug is also given to a rather Curious Geographer!

The Anthropocene: Does Arrogance Outlast Decay?

NEW VIDEO: The Anthropocene: Does Arrogance Outlast Decay?

An quirky presentation for Odd Salon “DECAY”, an Exploratorium After Dark Residency. Blurb: Humans have been a โ€˜force of natureโ€™ for only a few thousand years, depending on who you listen to. So it is arrogant to suggest a whole new geological epoch based on our actions? What human artifacts will be left after millions of years of decay?

Videos ๐Ÿ“น

Last update: 11th November 2020 Take time and enjoy browsing my video catelogue below. Videos are all free to view. Some captions under the videos have clickable links, which will take you to a page or blog post giving you more information, ideas, links, references and related resources. Videos are all free to view, but … Continue reading Videos ๐Ÿ“น

On Location: Sustainability in San Francisco

๐Ÿ†•๐Ÿ“ฝ๏ธ๐ŸŒ๐Ÿ—ฃ๏ธ On-location video blog! Sustainability in San Francisco – Examples from around the Bay Area of some of sustainable buildings, organisations, networks and communities. This blog features the Exploratorium museum and Urban Ore ‘ecopark’ amongst others. It was filmed before the coronavirus lockdowns, and so also gives an update how these examples are faring and what they are doing to keep going.