Nature Inc

A natural history series for KS4 students that puts an economic price on what nature provides for free, explaining complex issues in an easy to understand way.

There are 6 videos in this series, of which the following 5 are currently available to view online.

22 mins A Fruit and Nut Case
The dependence of crops on bee pollination, and shea trees on fruit bats is examined in a video which puts an economic cost on our use of nature in growing food and developing products.
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22 mins Trees on Tap
This natural history documentary looks at the economic impact of providing a clean water supply in New York, Ecuador and Jordan.
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22 mins Coral Cashpoint
An investigation into the environmental and economic worth of coral reefs around the world, presented in a video suitable for use with KS4 students.
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22 mins Bloom or Bust
A look at the new breed of investors who are making substantial and sustainable profits by making long-term investments in keeping ecosystems healthy.
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22 mins Slippery Slopes
An investigation into the threat of climate change poses to glaciers in the Andes which provide water for drinking, agriculture and electricity.
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