Curious Climate Schools
Answering students' questions about climate change
Young people have a lot of questions about our changing climate. As climate change researchers, we want to help answer them.
Curious Climate Schools is a program run by researchers at the University of Tasmania to help Tasmanian school students get credible and up-to-date answers to all their questions about climate change.
Who is this for?
- Curious Climate Schools is a program for Tasmanian school students from Grades 5-12, with the participation of their teacher.
- Home educators/guardians and their students are also welcome to participate.
How it works
Registrations have now closed.
- Teachers can still upload students' questions until 30 September.
- Our climate experts are busy answering students’ questions.
- Expert answers and dedicated teacher resources will go live on 1 November to coincide with the COP26.
Who is behind Curious Climate Schools? Curious Climate Schools is run by climate change and education researchers the University of Tasmania. It’s funded by the Tasmanian Climate Change Office, the University’s College of Science and Engineering, and the University’s Centre for Marine Socioecology (CMS). Curious Climate Schools builds on the first successful Curious Climate project which answered climate questions in communities around Tasmania.