Curious Climate schools
Curious Climate schools

Curious Climate Schools

Answering students' questions about climate change

You asked and we answered.

One thousand school students worked with their classes to send in 273 questions about climate change.  We got together 57 experts to answer them.

We asked climate scientists, conservation biologists, fire scientists, chemists, lawyers, engineers, psychologists, oceanographers, Indigenous knowledge specialists and health experts.
You can search for questions about a particular topic, or look at the questions we've organised into themes: most askedlooking ahead & taking action. You can also see what questions each class asked.
And we’ve added some resources on what's being done about climate change at a global level, how to handle feelings about climate change, and what you can do to be part of the solution.

By the time you’ve finished reading, we think you will all be climate experts.

your climate questions mapped

Click the button to view our Google Earth Map and find out where the questions are coming from.
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.
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