October took me to Iceland with Anturus with the aim, as ever, of creating as much content for schools as possible. Iceland is a fascinating country, science wise. It’s 11% covered in rapidly melting ice, powered almost completely by geothermal energy, rising out of the sea at a couple of inches a year and sat on top on the Mid Atlantic Rift. Volcanic eruptions and small earthquakes are commonplace and have become nothing more than a mild inconvenience to the locals.
Our trip produced heaps of content including practical activities for schools and 360 videos at some of Iceland’s most amazing natural wonders. Take a look here.