Sun is shining and nature is waking up. Due to the situation, we are spending more and more time at home and maybe some of us have a bit more leisure time and what would be a better way to spend it than reading and learning something new. Here our Environmental Coordinator Clémentine shares three website tips for when staying at home.
Home school [university] with a virtual dive into the ocean
Remote diving is the new remote working. The Ocean Agency, a partner of the United Nations Environment Programme, is inviting people to experience the ocean and its astounding life forms from the comfort of their homes through a little armchair travel. Get more details about coral reefs, which a quarter of all marine life calls home, and meet some of the ocean’s most captivating creatures through the Google Earth Voyager. It is available on desktop, laptop, iPhone and iPad.
Read the article and experience the ocean here.
Use Coronavirus To Reset Your Life for Sustainability
Earth911 shares tips on what action we can take now and keep on to do in the summer and beyond. Can we maybe use this time of our lives to do some good and reset daily habits to be more sustainable? Here are four areas of personal consumption to rethink while you have extra time on your hands.
13 sustainability podcasts that will keep your earbuds plugged in
Podcasts are a great way to spend an hour or two. Grab your headphones and head out to Stadsparken or Botaniska Trädgården in between your online lectures. A perfect way to get some steps in, enjoy the sun and at the same time - learn something new. These 13 solutions-focused podcasts, in random order, offer conversations with sustainability stars, as well as music and thoughtful editing that make you happy to let the next episode autoplay.
Read the list of podcasts here.
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Information from Folkhälsomyndigheten, here.
Information from 1177, here.
Information from Lunds University, here.