NOAA Acidification Resources

 
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In the USA, NOAA (the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) supports its own Coral Reef Conservation programme, and its website is an invaluable resource for anyone wanting to know more about Coral Reefs and the impact of acidification. More importantly, its a great place for people to go if they are asking the question, what is being done to help? The most important aspect of our film is our aim to inspire people to learn more about this global issue and try to do something to help.

In 2011, the Coral Reef Conservation programme put together a host of educational resources for high schools, all of which can be found here: ranging from a collection of documents in pdf format with titles like “Climate, Carbon and Coral Reefs” to informative presentations and videos, classroom activities and interactive multimedia files. All of which will be invaluable to anyone wanting to follow up their Giant Screen experience, helping understand how the exotic sights of The Last Reef are very closely linked to our everyday lives…

We’ll be adding our own educational resources here soon, to add to the wealth of information and activities NOAA has developed in this common cause: saving the world’s coral reefs…

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  1. [...] I will definitely share with you once they’re complete, but in the meantime you can check out the film’s website or http://www.reefrelieffounders.com for some lesson plans to go along with the [...]

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