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GRADES
6–12
Summit Kickoff: September 27–28, 2019
Mid-Year Check-In: January 25, 2020
Final Project Symposium: April 25–26, 2020

Registration is now closed.

About the Program

Build student confidence to take action on climate change. The Climate Action Projects Summit series is for educators who are ready to support the next generation of changemakers with tools and resources to identify and act on climate-related opportunities in their communities.

Scientists agree that Earth’s climate is warming due to human activity. Effects include changes in global migration, food production, weather patterns, sea level rise and ocean acidification. These changes in the natural world may threaten the global economy, food availability and water security. Join us to discover opportunities to support climate-resilient communities through conservation, adaptation, mitigation, innovation and policy solutions.

Opportunities

 
Collaborate with Colleagues
 
Engage with Scientists and Experts
 
Incorporate Technology
 
Integrate Project-Based Curriculum
 
Support Next Generation Science Standards
 
Support Common Core State Standards

Fees

None

Eligibility and Requirements

  • Educators who work with 6th through 12th grade students
  • Teams of two to three educators; interdisciplinary teams are encouraged
  • Attend all three program sessions
  • Implement a student-led action project for climate change solutions
  • Apply by August 28, 2019

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Beth Callaghan

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Beth Callaghan
Teacher Programs Supervisor
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Educator Programs
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Phone: 831.648.4862
Fax: 831.647.4526
educatorprograms@mbayaq.org

Funding for the Climate Action Projects Symposium has been provided by the California Coastal Commission's Whale Tail Grants Program.

California Coastal Commission's Whale Tail License Plate - Protect Our Coast and Oceans Fund