Greenhouse effect

“What is the greenhouse effect?”

Many gases in the earth’s atmosphere allow us to live with a good temperature and protect us. Yet, the rise of the concentration of some of these gases causes climatic changes. This experiment will help you understand the phenomenon.

 

Melting pack ice and oceans level rise

“If the North Pole melts, won’t ocean levels rise?”

This experiment will help you understand the consequences of the North Pole’s melting pack ice and the ocean levels.

 

Land ice melt

“Will the melting of land-ice raise the ocean levels?”

Is there a difference between the melting of ice pack and the melting of land-ice? Do the ocean levels rise when the land-ice melts? This sheet will help you explain this phenomenon with an experiment based on this theme.

 

Melting and fragility of pack ice

“If the pack ice becomes more fragile, then it melts more easily. Why is this?”

This sheet enables the students to discover the truth about melting ice, why and how fast it is happening.

 

Pollution and plants

“Can plants absorb pollution?”

This experiment enables students to see the absorption of pollutants by the plants.

 

Testing wind turbines

“How is electricity made using the wind?”

This sheet enables the students to discover the working of « renewable » energies and their benefits.

 

Testing solar energy

“How can we make electricity with the sun?”

Introduce to the students the interest of solar energy to produce electricity.