COP26: Become a Climate Detective!
November 04th 2021

COP26: Become a Climate Detective!

The European Space Agency (ESA) is inviting students (8-15) to team up and join the Climate Detectives school project.

Teams of students, supported by their teacher, are called to make a difference by identifying a climate problem, investigating it by using available Earth Observation data or taking measurements on the ground, and then proposing a way to help reduce the problem. 

Students will learn about climate on Earth as a complex and changing system and the importance of respecting our environment. 

At key phases of the project, scientists in the field of Earth observation and climate will support the teams. They will give feedback on their investigation plan and will take part in an online ‘ask the scientist’ event.

At the end of the project, all partici­pating teams will share their research findings on the sharing platform with others taking part across the world.  

This is a great way to introduce COP26 in the classroom.

Find out more and sign-up today!

ACT FAST: Registration for this challenge closes on 25th November.

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