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Climate Science Alliance works with EcoLogik Participants to Find Climate Hope

The Climate Science Alliance was excited to work with our partners at the National Park Service to support young ladies ages 9-16 during the Ecologik Project Summer Camp. These students were connected to STEAM fields and women in science this year through a special virtual version of the program. Check out how the Climate Science Alliance helped engage these incredible young women on climate science and the impacts of climate change in our communities. 

The EcoLogik Project, hosted by the National Park Service, is a unique fusion of ecology, nature, and technology. EcoLogik connects the next generation of science stewards to the natural resources and science at Cabrillo National Monument. In collaboration with the San Diego Downtown Library’s Innovation Lab, this multidisciplinary approach fosters a learning platform making technology more accessible to students while inspiring them to choose careers in STEM fields. The goal of the EcoLogik Project is to provide education tools and context empowering the 21st century of park stewards in meaningful and relevant ways with science.

The Climate Science Alliance team was excited to support EcoLogik participants in summer camp this year by engaging in a discussion around climate impacts to our region and what students could do to be a part of the solution. The young ladies created “Climate Hope Vision Boards” as a way to envision the future that they wished to see and work towards as environmental stewards. 

To learn more about this unique program, please visit:

Vision boards created by Lucinda Anderson, Sela Murphy, and Mayumi Lorenzo.


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