Currents of Climate

Currents of Climate Change, written by 9th-grade integrated science teacher and Fund for Teachers research grant winner Megan Frayne, was born from the question: how can we get the youth of today invested in preserving our environment and seeking solutions to the climate change issues we are presented with if they are not invested in the environment to begin with?

Currents of Climate Change is a project aimed at tracing the physical flow of glacial melt waters from the Greenlandic Ice sheet, into the Atlantic Ocean currents, and back to us here in Connecticut. Ultimately, by connecting Norwich Free Academy students with authentic local and state level research experiences, in addition to top scientists in the Arctic, we can begin to make a difference!

Please subscribe to this blog to stay involved. Be sure to follow @nfaschool on Instagram and Twitter. You can also follow @currentsofclimate on Instagram, for additional photos and information for how you can help. Questions? email Ms. Frayne during her trip at fraynem@nfaschool.org.
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