Arctic phytoplankton

Phytoplankton is the base of several aquatic food webs. It’s a group of microorganisms consisting of about 5,000 known species. Most of them are buoyant and float near the surface of the water. The major types of phytoplankton are diatoms, golden-brown algae, blue-green algae, green algae and dinoflagellates. They reside …

Too many or too few wild animals?

When humans decided to conquer the world, we took on the responsibility to manage most wildlife. This is not an easy task. Ecosystems are so complex. People have so differing opinions. In this tool-kit, you’ll learn about wildlife management! About the easy theory and the struggling practice. And, what may …

Life on glaciers

There are about 200,000 glaciers in the world. They can be as tiny as a football field or as big as half a country. They can control climate, supply freshwater, be the place of living. In this lesson, you will learn about glacier’s life cycle and life blooming in and …

Fennoscandia and its culture

In this educational tool-kit, your pupils will learn about why and where there is a region called Fennoscandia. We explore cultures for the outdoors that are shared between all the countries of the region. In an explorer’s lab, pupils will explore how one, by learning about another’s culture, one can …