DIVERSITY DECK® Polar Animals
- Brand: MAINTENANT Sustaining Now
- Availability: In Stock
With polar ice melting at alarming rates provoking devastating levels of habitat loss, understanding the role humans have played in how life and the environment has been affected in these regions has never been more important. Our Polar Animals deck seeks to sensitise individuals to the ways in which polar animals are having to adjust to a constantly changing and soon to be inhospitable environment that they have spent millions of years adapting to, while also drawing attention to global conservation efforts.
About our Decks
Our DIVERSITY DECKS® sow the seeds of sustainability whilst sparking curiosity. For those eager to learn more, each card has its own unique factsheet on our website, providing individuals with the opportunity to delve deeper into the science of sustainability!
DIVERSITY DECK® is a collection of 16 card decks, covering different scientific topics, from good bacteria to the telluric planets, from hydrosphere to polar animals. Each deck centres around sustainability and aims to sensitise individuals to its importance, whilst also providing valuable insights into what we can do both collectively and individually, to make a real difference, now and in the future.
Many classic card games like Crazy Eights or Black Jack can be played with each DIVERSITY DECK®. Each game varies in difficulty, so there really is a game for everyone! Our two special cards, Calamity and Parry, add even more fun and strategic problem solving to the games.
|Agrosup||Hélène, Microbiologist Microbiology and Food sciences Hélène has studied microbiology. She is now a specialist in bacterial adaptation to new environments in the context of food processes and host-microbe interaction working in the prestigious Agronomy, Food and Environmental Science Institute in Dijon, Burgundy (France). Hélène, is collaborating with us, along with Ana and Maxime, in our Healthy Diet & Responsible Consumption Campaign|
|Atelier du Fruit||Maxime, Food Engineer R&D Food Fermentation and Biochemistry Maxime is an engineer at the Research & Development department of the French Food Tech start-up Atelier du Fruit. Maxime, is collaborating with us, along with Ana and Hélène, in our Healthy Diet & Responsible Consumption Campaign|