Live Lesson for pupils with Doug Allan

Join us on 2nd May and 14th June for a live lesson on ocean plastics with Blue Planet cameraman Doug Allan

Doug Allan is a natural history cameraman and presenter on programmes including Blue Planet and is one of our Upstream Battle campaign ambassadors.

Having seen first-hand the impact that marine litter has on wildlife, he is passionate about raising awareness of this global problem.

As part of our Upstream Battle campaign, Doug will be going live on our YouTube channel to share his experiences, and talk about his work to tell the world about the issue of marine litter. 

Primary Schools - Thursday 2nd May 11.30am - 12:15pm
Link: https://youtu.be/aYekilc_nis

Secondary Schools  - Friday 14th June 11.30am - 12:15pm  
Link: https://youtu.be/pFQ1JDomfV4

Each session will last approximately 45 minutes. 

We hope you can join us with your class!

Upstream Battle will change behaviour and prevent marine litter at source. Focused on the entire length of the River Clyde and its tributaries, we are raising awareness, gathering evidence and inspiring action. 

This campaign takes a unique approach to marine litter looking at the issue back inland. From its source in the Lowther Hills, along its major tributaries such as the rivers Kelvin and Leven, to the Forth and Clyde canal, and to the Firth of Clyde, Upstream Battle connects thousands of people in a common goal: to stop litter from getting into the Clyde.  Find out how you can join the Upstream Battle here.

25 April 2019

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