Mini #LitterLessCampaign - Reduce Environmental Pollution
1.9 million tourists visited Aotearoa New Zealand last year and you can be sure that what they came to see was our beautiful country. Agree? Spectacular volcanoes, hot pools, high mountains, fiords, rugged coastlines, rivers and rolling countryside. Paradise! But how did it get to be like this?
New Zealand came to be this way because, like other countries located on the 'Pacific Ring of Fire', we straddle a boundary between two colossal tectonic plates. This natural hazards virtual field trip in early November will take your students on a journey right to that boundary! You will see dinosaur fossils, fault lines, plus evidence of past and recent earthquakes, tsunamis and landslides that all helped to create the landscapes we see today. You'll explore the difference between a natural hazard and a disaster.
New Zealand (nationwide)
Contact: Barrie Matthews
(027) 223 0342
The Royal New Zealand Air Force is committed to investing in young New Zealanders and building their confidence in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) across of all ages.
Are you interested in joining forces with us to get students excited about aviation STEM, thinking about the future and engaged in new and exciting learning opportunities? We are offering a newly designed online package, including exclusive videos, lesson plans, experiments and more!
If you would like to know more, please visit https://rnzaf.schooltoskies.co.nz/community-programs/ or email us direct at firstname.lastname@example.org