Wild Classroom Daily Activity Plans

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Upcoming Livestreams

Mariana Panuncio-Feldman


Tuesday, September 15th, 11am EST
Climate Change: How Our Planet is Changing and What We Can Do to Help with Mariana Panuncio-Feldman, Sr. Director, International Climate Cooperation, WWF-US

Changes in our environment are happening all around us, and one of the key reasons behind them is that the planet is getting warmer. It’s causing stronger storms, droughts, and wildfires. It’s driving less obvious but significant changes like sea level rise, all of which are affecting both people and the wildlife around us. This can be frightening, but we can do something about it. Join Mariana as she explains how climate change affects much more than temperature, how we contribute to climate change, and how we can work together to tackle it.

Samundra Subba


Wednesday, October 14th, 10am EST
Tracking snow leopards in Nepal with Samundra Subba, Research Officer, WWF Nepal

Snow leopards are a top predator in their rugged and harsh ecosystem, high in the Himalayan mountains. Their hunting activity helps keep their ecosystem balanced, so the health of their species also indicates the health of their environment. However, the elusive and solitary nature of snow leopards make it hard to spot them and even more challenging to study. Join Samundra from WWF Nepal as he talks about a satellite/GPS collaring project that revealed new information on the movement and behavior of these big cats. Learn how this technology works and why the information collected will help protect snow leopards and their habitats.

Participate and watch both live at Wild Classroom's Conservation in the Classroom page: https://www.worldwildlife.org/pages/conservation-in-the-classroom

Weekly Plans

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