Not having to spend an entire weekend catching up on a week's work and trying to get ahead of the next week's, and, admittedly, being away from the family has given me the opportunity engage more in the community. It's a bit ironic, really, that stepping away from a job, where I'm a very visible … Continue reading Give, don’t ‘give up’ time for yourself and nature
My final @The_GA #GAConf18 review. Inspiration all round: from adventurous geog teachers, passionate trainees, those who work behind the scenes and even, maths! Featuring: @FryRsquared, @DrGrovesGeog, @Re_Ferg, @THEWATERDIARIES, @LucyOxley
Flooding, GIS, the Anthropocene and the Arctic are some of the topics covered in Pt.2 of my #GAConf18 summary. Featuring: @GIS4Schools, @EnvAgency, @Arctic_Office et al. Also featured: @richardallaway and the incredible #TeachMeet!
We're all geography activists, and a fair few of us descended upon Sheffield this weekend! Pt.1 of my #GAConf18 review. Featuring: @The_GA, @nicklapthorn, @DanRavenEllison, #GeographyActivist, #NationalParkCity
As I sit, about to embark across the Atlantic once again, I reflect over the past few months and look ahead. How time can be cruel as it speeds away...
"For The Curious!" - A piece of performance poetry with timelapse footage in tribute to the Exploratorium.
Fancy having an alternative bit of fun for an hour on Saturday evening? (Oh, and for no extra effort, you can support Planet Earth!) Featuring: @earthhour, @WWF, @ToSaveourEnergy #EarthHour #EarthHour2018
The @exploratorium has a strong partnership with NOAA et al, but an even stronger relationship with the ocean. It's something we should all aspire to. Features: @saildrone, @NOAA_OMAO, @oceanexplorer, @Crey_Crey_
Being a Bay, you'd think San Francisco was worried about sea-level rise. But what's coming up from under their feet is just as alarming and it's the poorest who will suffer worst. Featuring: @sfwater, @ResilientBay, @kzhill, @ejcw, @RainforClimate, @thinkwalks
A #NGSS workshop by one of the talented @exploratorium Teacher Institute staff demonstrates a range of strategies that makes CO2 graphical data a lively conversation piece. A very useful set of resources for teaching climate change.