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Your job is to make smart decisions that will increase a city’s resilience to climate change.
Bacteria is getting into the water from trash. Help Ty D Turtle clean up the beaches from bacteria.
Investigate what energy is and why some sources are running low while designing renewable energy systems for major cities based on real data models.
The following is an archive of games that we have retired as they are based on outdated technologies or are no longer supported.
PLAN!T NOW's Young Meteorologist Program takes you on a severe weather preparedness adventure where you'll encounter lightning, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and winter storms.
Where Rivers Meet the Sea takes place in a west coast estuary and follows a human as she encounters Oscar the sea otter.
Sea Turtles and the Quest to Nest helps students address the most important issues facing loggerhead sea turtles
What is this Chesapeake Bay animal?
The ultimate "Trash" chase and pickup challenge. Dispose the marine debris correctly and clean up the environment.
Create many weird-looking animals as you learn about some of the creatures that make their home in the Chesapeake Bay.
Learn about nautical chart symbols and search for a shipwreck!
Learn about the symbols used on nautical charts that help to keep boaters safe.
See how quickly you can reassamble this image of Pigeon Point Lighthouse in Pescadero, Calif. Pigeon Point is part of NOAA's Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.
Sharks play a vital role in the intricate balance that makes the oceans' ecosystem. Swim with the sharks and experience the threats they face, striving to keep the ocean in balance by staying alive.
Lear about marine debris, where it comes from and how it affects wildlife. Collect marine debris from above and below the water on Kure Atoll.
Three matching games that will test your memory!