Posted by Michel S. Bourqui
We are thrilled to share the results of a new pilot project with you.
Student Voices is an initiative where we work directly with students and schools around the world, facilitating their study of climate science. With the collaboration and support of our scientific community, students write essays on climate-related topics of their choosing. We share their learnings and unique voices on our website, both as essays and audio recordings.
During the pilot phase of this project, we partnered with teachers and a select group of students from the O.P. Jindal School in the city of Raigarh in Northern India. Over the course of the project, we’ve been so impressed by the enthusiasm, hard work and dedication of the participants.
The students’ essays provide a fantastic entry point for anyone interested in gaining initial understanding on the topics they chose. Hearing the students present their work in their own voices makes both the topic and these young researchers feel more immediate. We hope you’ll give the recordings a listen. You’ll find links to the essays and recordings below.
If you or a teacher you know is interested in learning more about Student Voices, please get in touch.
Jennifer, Angela and Michel
On behalf of the Climanosco team