Student Showcase

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Using the power of science, storytelling, and art, Climate Kids from all of our programs have worked hard to help protect the earth and inspire others to do the same.

We invite you to check out and share these great projects from Climate Kids students and get inspiration for your own earth-friendly projects!

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  • American Indian Student Initiatives

    The American Indian Student Initiatives is a student-run organization at the University of Arizona meant to help solve environmental injustices in Native American communities by working with communities to raise public awareness and organize direct action.

  • Art of Change

    The "Art of Change" collections from the Climate Science Alliance engage the community in climate change topics using art from local youth in our Climate Kids program, as well as from our Affiliated Artists and community members through collaborative pieces.

  • CLEAR Program Student Art Gallery

    Our partners at the NSF Center for Aerosol Impacts on Chemistry of the Environment (CAICE) recently released a new virtual student art gallery for students who participated in the Collaborative Learning through Environmental and Aerosol Research Program (CLEAR). This new gallery displays the artworks by high school students in the CLEAR program and each piece is inspired by their CLEAR Program science projects. Submitted works include, drawings, paintings, digital art, poems, and video.

  • Climate Change & Carnivores Artwork

    This video highlights artwork created by Climate Kids - Washington students in the Parent Partnership Program (P3) in Snoqualmie, Washington.

  • Climate Change & Oceans Artwork

    This video highlights artwork created by Climate Kids - Washington students in the Parent Partnership Program (P3) in Snoqualmie, Washington.

  • Climate.gif

    This digital artwork was created by Climate Kid Amira Azoulay to inspire other students to take actions to protect the earth.

  • Expo Ambiente 2020

    At the 2020 Expo Ambiente, students from our Climate Kids Mexico program adapted their activities for a virtual audience.

  • Here Now, Gone Tomorrow

    Climate Kids at High Tech Middle North County & High Tech Middle Chula Vista created "Here Now, Gone Tomorrow", a children's book on climate change and its impact on endangered species.

  • Huellas Volcánicas

    El Club Juvenil de Fotógrafos de Naturaleza Huellas Volcánicas se fundó en el 2018 con la misión de utilizar la fotografía como una herramienta para dar a conocer el patrimonio natural y cultural de la bahía.

    The Youth Club of Nature Photographers Huellas Volcánicas was founded in 2018 with a clear objective: to make known the natural and cultural heritage of the bay.

  • La Madre Naturaleza y la Magia del Huerto

    El cuento "La madre naturaleza y la magia del huerto", en video con narración e ilustracion.

  • Student Poetry: "Climate Change"

    Taj Azoulay is a young poet and Climate Kid from San Diego, California. You can view his work at:

  • The EcoLogik Project Poster

    Learn how the EcoLogik Project is empowering girls to tackle climate change with this poster created by Climate Kid Violeta Anghel.

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