I will get this section started by sharing some interesting websites that you can check out and write about:

London Science Museum
NASA
Sea World
Science magazine
SCIENCE VIDEOS

Climate change video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQK6ODxDfDY&feature=related


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2Cqo1Aksv4&feature=player_embedded


And some questions you can can write an answer to:
DO YOU LIKE SCIENCE MUSEUMS?
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF ZOOS AND ANIMAL PARKS?
WHAT SCIENTIFC OR TECHNOLOGICAL BREAKTRHOUGHS DO YOU FIND INTERESTING?
WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE GADGETS?
DO YOU WORRY ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT? DO YOU DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT: LIKE TRYING TO SAVE WATER AND/OR ELECTRICITY? DO YOU RECYCLE?




TERRIBLE NEWS ABOUT ECOLOGY!!!Are you a person who´s aware of climate change? Do you tend to recycle your trash? Well, I have to tell you about same hideous events.I feel very worried about all the problems that are arisen because of the planet’s warming. Longer droughts, faster thaws or devastating typhoons (like the last in Philippines). That’s not a problem to suffer in eighty years time. These days that issue is more present than ever. So, as an eco-friendly person I have been dividing my rubbish for a long time. However, lately I have started to feel less confident in plastic recycling campaigns. Where are that recycling stations? What plastic wastes are reused? From what I have been able to gather, the view is absolutely discouraging.On the one hand, there are many cities that don’t bother at all about wastes. Although you have been putting your trash in the correct container, I’m afraid you are losing your time. In many cases all these tanks end in the same dump. In this link you can read and see a very interesting video which deals with that topic. It lasts only 6 minutes and you are going to understand completely well (because it is in Spanish…sorry!). Where do our wastes go?

On the other hand, plastic recycling is almost a fake!! I have found out that only a few types can be recycled. And after having been reused once or twice, the quality turns so poor that it’s impossible to give it a new life (which doesn’t happen with paper, tins or glass, which is far easier to recycle)
And last but not least, I don’t mean you to stop recycling or leave you hopeless. I only try to show a new perspective, the future is a world with less packagings. We only have to change our customs.A list of some easy tips:

- Take a cloth bag when you do the shopping.
- Buy loose beat, fish, nuts…
- Use bath bars instead of a bottle of soap.
- Try not to use disposable dishes when you throw a party.
- Look for a place where you can refill your perfumes
- Buy bigger packs
- Believe that your effort is worthwhile.