Climate change

Climate change refers to the alteration of global weather patterns, predominantly caused by human activities, leading to temperature rise, extreme weather, and ecosystem shifts.



Film and production analysis

Engage your students in the film production process by watching a video with the director of Regenerating Australia, Damon Gameau.

Regenerating Australia - The Importance Of Planting Native Plants (1)

2hrs 30mins

The importance of planting native plants

Engage students with native planting with an experiment to investigate water loss from different plants.


2hrs 30mins

The land where I live: Flora and fauna explorations (5&6)

Engage your students by teaching them about the land on which their school or home is located.

Rachel's Farm


Rachel's Farm for community groups

Start conversations with your community about the principles and practice of regenerative farming and help farmers future proof their farming business. The activities can also be easily applied to smaller scale community groups who have gardens.

Rachel's Farm


Rachel's Farm for tertiary

Provide tertiary, Ag college and TAFE students with a valuable Australian case study that provides an entry into the principles of regenerative agriculture and the importance of biodiversity, soil health and our food system. This case study is a useful sample that can be investigated and applied to research assignments.

Comparing Economic Models – Economics – Years 9&10_option 1


Comparing economic models (UK)

In this lesson, students will explore the traditional circular flow economic model and evaluate the factors of the economy that are not considered.

Educating Girls Doughnut

1hr 40mins

Doughnut economics case studies (UK)

In this lesson, students will revise features of the circular flow and Doughnut Economic models from the previous lesson before exploring a real-world example of Doughnut Economics in action.