Project topic: Climate change

Project title: Ice, sea rise and weather

Team: 4Âș ESO A, group 1

Aguadulce   Aguadulce (Roquetas de Mar)   Spain   15 Student’s age: 14-15 years old

Research question

How does climate change change impact on ice and sea level worldwide and locally?

Summary of the project
The differences between sea ice and glaciar ice

The objective of this project is to compare the properties of sea ice and glaciar ice and the way polar ice melting affect to sea currents and climate in different parts of the world.
On the second part of the project, they will learn about the effects of global warming locally, such as the impact of the sea level rise on the coast. In the end, they will research and think of ways to mitigate or reduce climate change and its effects.

Main results and Conclusions
Research: sea level rise

Students have learnt about the way sea level will rise and have an impact on the coast; they have also learn about other problems related to climate change and how we can reduce air pollution and mitigate the effects of climate change.

What’s Next? Actions to make a difference and help lessen the problem

Students are preparing a presentation that summarizes the effects of climate change in Roquetas de Mar. They will explain the problem and the conclusions they have reached to other students of the secondary school.

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