Tertiary Catalogue

Series: Agriculture, Environment and Animal Care


A Greener Workplace: Planning and Managing Sustainability

A Greener Workplace: Planning and Managing Sustainability

The 'green' approach to life started as a grass-roots, community-based movement. It has now permeated the mainstream to the point where businesses across the globe realise that adopting an environmentally sound philosophy is essential - not only...Show More
All About Food Additives

All About Food Additives

Most foods that we purchase for every day consumption and those that we eat a little less often contain additives of various descriptions. In fact humans have been using food additives for thousands of years, including salt, spices, colourings...Show More
Animal Adaptations

Animal Adaptations

Living organisms inhabit every part of the globe from deep oceans to the freezing poles, scorching Equatorial deserts and lush rainforests. To survive and reproduce, organisms have adaptations that make them suited to their environment. This...Show More
Biodiversity Under Threat: The Sundarbans

Biodiversity Under Threat: The Sundarbans

Bangladesh's Sundarban Mangroves is one of the world's most bio-diverse areas and home to the endangered Bengal Tiger. This video resource bank looks at why the Sundarbans is so important: as a bio-diversity hotspot, as a carbon bank and as...Show More
Chicken: From Eggs to Takeaway

Chicken: From Eggs to Takeaway

Traces the production of chicken meat, from newly hatched eggs to the processed meat we buy from supermarkets and takeaway shops. Featuring a detailed description of processing techniques, food handling methods, and a discussion of industry...Show More
Coastal Dunes: Ecology and Rehabilitation

Coastal Dunes: Ecology and Rehabilitation

Coastal dunes are good examples of fragile ecosystems. This program explores dune ecology, the impact of human-induced change and the management of these ecosystems through coastal dune rehabilitation. Case studies shown include dunecare...Show More
Coordination and Control 2: Plants

Coordination and Control 2: Plants

This program aims to give students a better understanding of the complex interaction between organism and environmental stimuli. It deals with how plants use hormones to coordinate and control their activities with changes in the environment.
Crimes Against the Environment

Crimes Against the Environment

Crimes against the environment take many forms, but it is a complex area of criminology. This programme, presented by Dr Steven Taylor, explores green crime and includes interviews with experts Dr Gary Potter and Dr Matt Follett. It introduces...Show More
Deserts: Global Environments

Deserts: Global Environments

Every continent has deserts – they occupy more area of the surface of our planet than any other type of landscape. They occur in all climatic zones including the hottest and coldest locations on Earth. This programme takes an in-depth look at...Show More
Easy Being Green

Easy Being Green

Everyone's talking about the environment and saving energy, but what are some easy steps anyone can take to lessen their impact on the environment? Join two students as they share easy green solutions that will save the environment, while high...Show More
Ensuring a Sustainable Environment

Ensuring a Sustainable Environment

This informative and factual film looks at measures used to ensure sustainability along with the principles and limitations of environmental impact assessment. Containing interviews with an industry specialist from ABTA and representatives from...Show More
Environmental Applications

Environmental Applications

The Eden Project is described as a 'global garden'. Through a series of covered biomes it re-creates various climatic conditions from around the world - from the humid tropics to the dry heat of the Mediterranean. This programme explores the...Show More
Environmental Impacts of Consumer Products

Environmental Impacts of Consumer Products

We often don’t realise it, but the decisions we make as consumers – from what products we buy to how we end up disposing of them – often affect other people in other places. In this programme we investigate how the sourcing, manufacturing...Show More
Fairtrade: Who Benefits?

Fairtrade: Who Benefits?

The Fairtrade scheme ensures a fair price for food producers in poor countries. This programme explains the Fairtrade scheme, identifying how it benefits farmers in poorer countries and how the Fairtrade Organisation invests in farming...Show More
Farm to Fork: Primary and Secondary Processing

Farm to Fork: Primary and Secondary Processing

How does food get from the farm to our table? In this program we trace the route cereals, fruits, vegetables and dairy products take to get from the point of origin to the consumer. We also explore why there are often several processing steps in...Show More
Food Preservation Techniques

Food Preservation Techniques

Food preservatives are commonly used in many foods we purchase and consume daily. While some food preservation techniques have been practiced for millennia, such as salting, drying and smoking, others have been made possible on a commercial scale...Show More
Four Star Ecotourism: A Case Study of Aquila Eco Lodges

Four Star Ecotourism: A Case Study of Aquila Eco Lodges

This program looks at Aquila and ecotourism in the Grampians; building design; power and water; waste management; and managing for sustainability.
Global Food Equity

Global Food Equity

Global food shortages are having devastating affects in many corners of the globe. This detailed, wide-ranging programme breaks down the different areas of food – from the availability and distribution, to why some people have more than others....Show More
Global Tectonics: Competing Theories

Global Tectonics: Competing Theories

Through dramatisation and animated graphics, this programme clearly explains current theories regarding the structure of the Earth, and how the continents came to be in their current positions. It explores the history behind the widely accepted...Show More
Go Green Around Your Home

Go Green Around Your Home

Sustaining the world’s resources for future generations can start with small changes around your home. Watch as a group of students – The Go Green Team – are called to action after they learn statistics about waste. See how they come up...Show More
Growth and Niche Markets in Tourism

Growth and Niche Markets in Tourism

A range of factors have led to tourism becoming one of the world’s fastest growing industries. Tourism experiences have become more diverse in recent decades, in response to changing demands from the market. One area that has seen significant...Show More
Impacts of Globalisation

Impacts of Globalisation

The nations of the world are becoming more connected and interdependent. There are many benefits to globalisation, but not all nations have benefited equally. There are vast differences in living standards and income around the world, and this...Show More
In Focus: Plants, Light and Water (Senior Version)

In Focus: Plants, Light and Water (Senior Version)

This programme looks at two naturally occurring phenomena that are essential to the survival of plants, light and water. It covers photosynthesis and cellular respiration, and compares the products and reactants, and other characteristics of each...Show More
Industrial and Sustainable Farming

Industrial and Sustainable Farming

One of the biggest challenges facing the farming industry today is feeding the growing world population while also caring for the environment. At the centre of this debate are industrial and sustainable farming practices. This presenter led...Show More
Investigating Food Preservation

Investigating Food Preservation

This program uses graphics and expertly-shot footage to illustrate leading food preservation methods.