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Lesson plan about Keeping the Oceans Clean

What's Inside the Lesson Plan?

A complete, 50 minutes school lesson about ocean pollution

This is appropriate for children between 12–15 years old

Includes information about

  • Sources of pollution
  • Human health effects
  • Environment effects
  • Self-reflection questions
  • SeaClear’s initiative of cleaning the litter using robots
  • Quiz / Recap questions
  • Interesting graphics
  • An ongoing online challenge

And guess what: You will receive a certificate!

If you present the lesson in your classroom, or you invite a SeaClear member to present the lesson, you will receive a SeaClear certificate as a #SeaChampion!

You can download the lesson plan


Contact us to have a presentation in your school

Infographic about ocean pollution

This visually engaging tool that simplifies the complex topic of Ocean Pollution

It summarizes information about:

  • Sources of pollution
  • Types of pollution
  • Effects on the ocean sea life
  • The SeaClear robotic system for cleaning the ocean
  • Actions to take

The infographic can be printed, or it can be used in online projects. It is appropriate for 10–16 years old pupils. You can download it using this link

On the 15th and 16th of September 2021, the first tests of the SeaClear robots took place in the Dubrovnik area, Croatia. This was the first time representatives from all the partners met live after the kick-off meeting of the project, due to the on-going pandemic due to CoVID-19.

A few days ago, SeaClear was featured on the frontpage of homePort, "...a maritime real laboratory and makerspace for the port of the future...". Claudia Hertel-ten Eikelder, project responsible of partner HPA (Hamburg Port Authority), answered questions regarding the objectives and methods of the project, together with our current progress and future steps. You can read the whole interview on the homePort website, together with a project page outlining the most important information about SeaClear

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 871295.

The SEACLEAR project spans four years, running from January 1st, 2020 to December 31st, 2023.


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