A plastic free kitchen

Have you ever thought about how to cut plastic from your life? Portsmouth City Museum has updated their 1930’s kitchen to show us how people lived without plastic back then, and there are some surprisingly good ideas for today. Staff at the Museum are using the 1930’s Highbury Estate kitchen... More

Recycling in the Portsmouth area

A quick guide to recycling in the Portsmouth area. Thanks to Portsmouth Friends of the Earth for this Kerbside recycling Drink cans, food tins, aerosols, plastic bottles (drinks, cleaning, washing-up, milk, shampoo, sun cream etc), paper, magazines, card, cardboard, small electrical items... More

Teaching about weather and climate

Teach Climate has some good ideas including engaging videos. The NASA website has loads of practical ideas, photos and facts. US based. Practical Action has good explanations plus simple ideas to make a difference The Met Office  pages include explainers and experiments to help kids... More

Resources for teachers on One World Week

The theme for One World Week 21-28 Oct 2018 is The World is changing – How about Us? There are lots of areas to explore: poverty, hunger, the Sustainable Development goals. Also the environment – waste, plastics, the loss of species, the changing climate. And it’s also about changing the... More

Speakers – Portsmouth Area

There are lots of people in the Portsmouth area who are prepared to give talks to community groups, faith groups and schools. These are some of them. The links will normally take you to the relevant pages on this site. We can also invite speakers from national organisations and they will... More