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Oceans in the e-learning platform GlobalSchoolNet.org

Oceans in the e-learning platform GlobalSchoolNet.org The American e-learning platform GlobalSchoolNet.org adds Oceans  to the list of available projects. GlobalSchoolNet.org was founded in 1984 by two teachers from San Diego (USA) that already believed that Internet could have a significant impact on Education. Click HERE to see the rest of their services. The Oceans project Read More …

24 de May de 2016

The National Centre of Environmental Education (CENEAM) of Spain informs about the Oceans project

The National Centre of Environmental Education (CENEAM) of Spain informs about the Oceans project The National Centre of Environmental Education (CENEAM) of the Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment informs about the Oceans project. The CENEAM, since 1987, is a centre of resources at the service and support of all the public and private Read More …

16 de May de 2016

The e-Escoles Verdes Bulletin informs about the Oceans Project

The e-Escoles Verdes Bulletin informs about the Oceans Project The e-Escoles Verdes (e-Green Schools) Bulletin of the Territory and Sustainability Department of the Autonomous Government of Catalonia (Generalitat de Catalunya), Spain, informs about the Oceans Project. This bulletin is part of the actions of the Programa Escoles Verdes (The Green Schools Programme). The objective is Read More …

9 de May de 2016

The Universities of Gothenburg (Sweden) and Stanford (USA) join the Oceans Project

The Universities of Gothenburg (Sweden) and Stanford (USA) join the Oceans Project We are very happy to announce that marine science researchers and environmental educators of the University of Gothenburg (Sweden) and Stanford University (USA) have joined the team of Collaborators of the Oceans Project! Participating schools from Sweden and California (USA) will now have a Read More …

15 de April de 2016

The scientific journal Coral Reefs publishes the results of the GorGene project

The scientific journal Coral Reefs publishes the results of the GorGene project The prestigious scientific journal Coral Reefs, specialised in the study of coral reefs, publishes the results of the GorGene project. The paper concludes that the red sea fans (Paramuricea clavata) populations found at the head of the underwater canyons of the coast of Catalonia (the Read More …