Climate Detectives is a European Space Agency school project for students between the ages of 8 and 16 years. Teams of students are challenged to identify and investigate a local climate problem using real satellite images, historical climate data, or even their own measurements. Based on the conclusions of their investigations, students are called to ‘make a difference’ and propose a way to monitor, reduce, or raise awareness of the problem. Participation in the Climate Detectives project helps to develop Scientific and 21st Century Skills.
The Climate Detective project will launched in September and is open to all students aged between 8 years and 19 years
Climate Detectives has three phases as follows:
Phase 1: Identify a Climate Problem (September to November)
Phase 2: Investigate the Climate Problem (November to April)
Phase 3: Make a Difference
For more information on how to take part click here for the ESA Climate Detectives Website