6 virtual field trips that allow students to explore nature
The Nature Conservancy has virtual field trips that allow students to explore nature!
The Nature Conservancy and its 550 scientists created Nature Lab to help students learn the science behind how nature works for us, and how we can help keep it running strong.
Here are some of its field trips:
CHANGING CLIMATE, CHANGING CITIES
Get a front-row, ground-level seat to the challenges cities face as they confront this force of nature, the solutions experts are promoting to mitigate it
THE SECRET LIFE OF CORALS
Learn how fragile reefs are being damaged by human activity and climate change, and how scientists are developing ways to restore corals.
BORNEO: THE SYMPHONY OF THE RAINFOREST
On this journey, we’ll learn how experts are using cutting-edge science to find out how healthy the rainforest is—and to discover where it needs some help!
VIEW FROM A CANOE
Can you imagine a place with 100 million acres of forest and 30,000 miles of coastline? It exists. The Emerald Edge is home to the largest intact coastal temperate rainforest.
WILD BIOMES: AMERICA'S RAINFORESTS & DESERTS
Two wildly different ecosystems, both dependent on the same precious resource: Water. On this virtual field trip, we’ll travel to Seattle and Arizona.
POWERING THE PLANET: RENEWABLE ENERGY
How can we get the energy we need without harming nature?