Battling Shanghai’s Invasive Species

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4 Days
Shanghai
Min Age : 7
About this Journey

Learn about Shanghai’s invasive species with our wildlife experts.

In addition to its massive migrant human population, Shanghai has been, and is being transformed by non-native plants and animals. These organisms are called invasive species, and though they are largely unrecognized by us, they are harming the local environment. Invasive species adversely affect the invaded habitats and bioregions, causing ecological, environmental, and/or economic damage.​

Biodiversity is an essential part of the solution to climate change. Through this program, students will see Shanghai through a new perspective and better understand the intricacies of climate change, environmental protection, and eco-activism. 

Where you're going
Shanghai map
Learning Objectives
  • Outdoor Education
  • Service Learning
  • Eco Diversity
Program Details

Itinerary

Day 1

  • Head to a local lake for paddleboarding or kayaking
  • Visit a local village and undertake a community service project. Learn about local wildlife conservation efforts by dismantling illegal bird catching nets.
  • Learn to identify and properly dispose of Shanghai’s invasive species
  • Outdoor movie night

Day 2 

  • Geodiversity Survey, students will be given a map, which they will use as reference to collect different soil samples(forest soil, farmland soil…etc.), and then compare the Biodiversity difference under microscope
  • Continue learning about invasive species 
  • Biking (shelter building, fire skills workshop for kids who can’t bike)
  • Board Games Night

Day 3 

  • Water testing (TDS/PPM) & learn how to read the results
  • Insect identification workshop
  • Continue learning about the invasive species of Shanghai
  • Set up Camp
  • Outdoor themed teambuilding games
  • Outdoor movie night

Day 4

  • Learn the 7 LNT principles (Leave no Trace)
  • Create a final action plan to decrease the negative impact from Shanghai’s invasive species
  • Break Camp
  • Lunch
  • Transfer back home
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