About the Climate Action Project

Climate Action Project


Imagine a world in which youngsters across 6 continents connect virtually and solve one of the world's most pressing challenges: Climate Change. In October students aged 6-22 will collaborate on climate change topics over the course of six exciting weeks: they will study causes and effects, will try to solve issues and take action. Their and societies' mindsets will be changed. This year, as part of the Climate Action Project, we would like to bring about a change in behaviour through education.

During this student-centered project, students will explore, brainstorm, discuss, create, solve problems, and share findings and solutions by posting brief weekly videos to the website. This way students can learn from their global peers and gain authentic insights. The project allows students to be creative, collaborate at a global scale, understand empathy, think critically, and take action.

The project is in collaboration with WWF and NASA, and endorsed by Jane Goodall, President Higgins, Kumi Naidoo, scientists and public figures. It is covered by media across 45 countries including BBC, CNN and National Geographic.