What is Science and Conservation?
Science is a distinct form of human activity, which involves a dynamic way of exploring ourselves, the world in which we live, and beyond.
Conservation can be defined as the protection, preservation, management or restoration of natural environments and the ecological communities that inhabit them.
Therefore, conservation and science have a key goal in the improvement of human well-being through the management of the environment.
Why a Science and Conservation Challenge?
This Science and Conservation Challenge is a collaboration between pennacool, The Ministry of Public Utilities, bp Trinidad and Tobago and Shell Trinidad and Tobago.
The Science and Conservation challenge allows students from standards one to three, to learn curriculum aligned material through the use of interactive informational videos and quizzes. This will allow students to not only learn the strands of the science curriculum covered in school, but to also earn points and win amazing prizes! Students will also engage in new practices taught on how they can conserve and make their environment more sustainable. To learn more about these prizes, click the button below.