Students from Bachevo touched the magic of the caves



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Students from School ”Sv. St. Cyril and Methodius ”Bachevo took part in a short course of Speleology in cave” Spropadnaloto ”near Razlog. The course is organized by the Bulgarian Federation of Speleology.
More than 20 children of 5º, 6º and 7º classes and their leader Goritsa Lazarova touched the beauty of the cave and experienced the unique feeling of contact with this interesting and different world. Students first visit cave and interest for all cause colony of bats hibernating in the cave.


In the underwater cave students heard a lecture by the driver of the basic rules when entering peshtara, adequate behavior to protect the cave formations, also lecturing for the formation of this cave and study history for her until now. Interestingly, it is not yet completed and were tested only about 400 m. From it in future and explore and mapping it.

For the safety of the course took care of experienced speleologists Bulgarian Speleology Federation, led by its chairman Alex Popov. Participants were divided into two groups, each of them was presented the opportunity to learn something new and interesting for the formation of caves to the deepest caves in Bulgaria and in the world of animal species for the conservation of the unique underground world and most important rule ”In the caves is most important there survive only if it helps others”.

Environmental activity around a Roman dam in Merida


Spanish students from Merida have participated in an environmental activity that join the study of the environment and the Roman remains in Merida. This morning we have visited the Roman dam of Proserpine and we have studied the Roman construction and after that the students have participated in a gimkana around the reservoir .The students have had  to collect rubish from he surroundings of the dam. As you know people are not very concern about the cleaning of the environment.


We have been studying the several species of trees which live around the banks of the reservoir.


The Great Barrier: an announced dead


Higher water temperatures in 2016 caused the worst destruction of corals ever recorded on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, a study has found.

Some 67% of corals died in the reef’s worst-hit northern section, reports the BBC

The situation was better in the central section, where 6% perished, while the southern reef is in good health.

But scientists warn recovery could be difficult if climate change continues.

Coral bleaching happens when water temperatures rise for a sustained period of time.

In February, March and April, sea surface temperatures across the Great Barrier Reef were the hottest on record, at least 1C higher than the monthly average.



What a wonderful future is waiting for us!


Today I was invited to a lecture organized by the Royal Academy of Engineering Sciences. I would like to share with you my experiences by linking to their annual report. Learn about technical progress, we will soon benefit from. Thousands of entrepreneurs will find new ways to improve our lives based on these inventions.

Studying the Guadiana river




Spanish students have studied the banks of the Guadiana river in order to learn about the invasive species known as ”Camalote”. This is an aquatic plant that was thrown away from a private aquarium to the river  and now lives in the Guadiana river being very harmful to the native species of the river.


Other activity has been an introduction to the study of the birds which live on the banks of the river. There      live a lot of species of birds as purple herons, storks and ducks.  

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