Climate Kids – Ocean Acidification

In collaboration with the Climate Science Alliance – Climate Kids Program, this field trip explores how Cabrillo scientist investigate climate change and ocean acidification in the Rocky Intertidal ecosystem. Through a two part trip, students will learn how ocean acidification works, how it affects the animals at the park, and actions they can take to help.

Climate Kids is a series of community level collaborative projects that provide youth education on climate change through science activities, storytelling, and art. Each Climate Kids project brings together local artists, scientists, educators, and storytellers to engage  students of all socioeconomic levels and inspire them to become environmental stewards.

Through partnerships with climate scientists and qualified educators, we encourage curiosity about the natural world while providing youth the tools necessary to make educated decisions about how to protect our planet in the future.

Climate Kids is an initiative of the Climate Science Alliance – South Coast.

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