Climate change

Countries have ambitious targets to limit the warming, and clean energy and the transition to electric transport are happening. But is it too little too late? Make science real with one of our climate change activities!


News


Summer 2023 was the hottest on record

Scientists say the average global temperature was 0.66C above the average, and Europe shows warming twice any other continent. Read more


Extreme weather

Sea temperatures are higher than ever, and Antarctic sea ice is thinner than ever. We used to say you couldn't blame climate change for a single event, but when so many happen at once, there is really no other explanation - especially because the models predicted more extremes. Read more


Activities


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Carbon footprint: Thinking Classroom version
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Short description December 2023: New 'Thinking Classroom' version At COP28 in Dubai, discussions once again turned to how to protect the planet...
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Energy savers
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Description Elon Musk's company Tesla invent electric cars to reduce our fossil fuel emissions from transport. Other companies invent devices...
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To frack or not
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Short description The extraction of gas from shale rock – hydraulic fracturing, or fracking – is widespread in the USA....
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Sinking Islands
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Description News March 2023: The latest IPCC report says we have only 7 years to halve emisions (which are still rising)...
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Car Wars 2030
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Description What energy source will power students' cars in the future:  Electricity? Hydrogen? Biofuel?  This short activity gets students to...
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