What can a dedicated group of young people, a visionary scientist and school students working from their classrooms achieve in 100 days to halt the rampant destruction of Borneo's forests and help save orangutans from extinction?
Rise of the Eco-Warriors follows the journey of a group of passionate and adventurous young people as they leave their homes behind them to spend 100 days in the jungles of Borneo. Their mission is to confront one of the greatest global challenges of our time – saving rainforests and giving hope to endangered orangutans. Their task is enormous and the odds are against them, but they never give up.
Rise of the Eco-Warriors is most suitable for secondary students, although the film and related activities in this ATOM study guide could be adapted for use with students in Years 5–6. It is applicable to studies of Geography, Science, History and Media Arts, as well as the Cross-Curriculum Priorities of Sustainability, and Asia and Australia's Engagement with Asia.
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