Honey Bee Murder Mystery Game

Honey Bee Murder Mystery Game – with Lesson Plan!

By on June 30, 2011

This wonderful game made by Shawn Caza in Ontario, Canada is a terrific way of learning about the issues surrounding the die-off of honeybees. Most importantly, it encourages critical thinking about the issues surrounding the entire matter.

Please play the game from Shawn’s website:

http://www.beekeeping.isgood.ca/resources/honey-bee-murder-mystery-game-with-lesson-plan/

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Penelise Alofa

Penelise Alofa – Losing Her Country to Sea Level Rise

By on October 30, 2014

Penelise Alofa, of the Kiribati Islands, describes how she is losing her country as it is slowly submerged by sea level rise. How can a person face such a fate? How can others understand how it would feel to have

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Leo Burke Explains the Commons

By on October 30, 2014

Professor Leo Burke of the University of Notre Dame describes the commons and the benefits of a commons viewpoint in this interview recorded in Berlin, Germany at the commons conference sponsored by the Heinrich Boll Stiftung (Heinrich Boll Foundation) in

Rotarians Help People

Rotarians Help People (for Kids!)

By on February 24, 2014

Rotarians help people. In this short introduction for kids, Carol Metzker of the Rotary Club of West Chester Downtown in Pennsylvania, in the United States, shares the work of the global Rotary International organization.  I have long admired the work

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State of the Union (this film got 230,000 hits in 3 weeks…)

By on January 26, 2013

What if the President of the United States said everything you always wanted?

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Earthship Home Construction – Narrated site visit 2009

By on January 2, 2013

Narrated visit to the Earthship location northwest of Taos, New Mexico in the US, showing construction techniques. This is a simple narrated video showing a site visit in 2009 by my father and I. Earthship is a wonderful, creative, beautiful