Partnership Between Cabrillo and CSA

The Climate Science Alliance's partnership with Cabrillo National Monument is part of a larger bi-national effort focused on supporting youth engagement on climate change through action based science activities, storytelling, and art in conjunction with our southern neighbors in Baja California, Mexico. Our Climate Kids projects seek to inspire youth of all socioeconomic levels to become environmental stewards in their communities. To further contribute to this mission, Cabrillo and the Alliance are currently developing hands-on curriculums based on the 10 Climate Action Items for Kids, as well as ocean acidification investigations. These programs will connect students directly to climate change topics as they relate to park research and include art-based activities that exemplify student commitment to climate action. Read more on this effort here.

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