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11/05/2018
2018 Lake Pokhara Expedition Creates Platform for Successful Scientific and Cultural Exchange
The GLOBE Regional Coordination Office for the Asia and Pacific region, in association with Indian Environmental Society (IES), and in collaboration with Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness (ECCA), organized an adventurous seven-day (02-08 October 2018) GLOBE Learning Expedition in Kathmandu and Pokhara, Nepal. The goal of the expedition was to create a platform for culturally diverse partiicpants to engage in a hands-on learning experience centered around understanding the effects of climage change in the region through the use of relevant GLOBE protocols.  >>
10/17/2018
2018 GLOBE Taiwan Science Festival
For three days in July (20-22) the GLOBE Taiwan Office hosted the 2018 GLOBE Taiwan Science Festival in Taichung, Taiwan. 76 teachers and students from Taiwan, Thailand and the Philippines participated in this event.  >>
10/10/2018
Swiss Students Share Their GLOBE Research Projects – and Their GLOBE Story – at U.S. Embassy in Switzerland
In July 2018, a group of five Swiss students and their teacher, Andreas Schmid, from Kantonsschule Olten traveled to Killarney, Ireland, for the 2018 GLOBE Learning Expedition (GLE) to present their scientific research projects to hundreds of other international students, teachers, and scientists.  >>
06/05/2018
Students at Lexington School for the Deaf in New York (USA) Participate in GLOBE Air Quality Campaign – Discover their Power to Contribute to Science in a Significant Way
In March 2018, GLOBE students at the Lexington School for the Deaf (located in East Elmhurst, New York, USA) began participating in the GLOBE U.S. Air Quality Student Research Campaign. Raising their focus to the sky, the high school students soon became adept at using GLOBE’s atmosphere protocols and Calitoo sun photometers to gather their elevated observations. Along the way, they also discovered their ability – as individuals and as a team – to make significant contributions to science.  >>
04/19/2018
Walk-a-Thon for Water: GLOBE Protocol Helps U.S. Students Raise Scientific and Cultural Awareness
GLOBE hydrosphere protocols in hand, and practical purpose at heart, students in Newport News, Virginia, USA, increased their insight into how children in other parts of the world live with, and sometimes without, readily available water.  >>
04/19/2018
Israeli Students Dig Deep in Examination of Invasive Species
From January through March 2018, students at the Ibn Rushd Primary School in Qalansuwa, Israel, dug in to examine the impacts of an invasive species, the Acacia Saligna tree, on local native species.  >>
04/18/2018
GLOBE Europe and Eurasia Regional Meeting in Israel Inspires Sense of Community Linked by Common Values
During the GLOBE Europe and Eurasia Regional Meeting, which was held in Israel in November 2017, community members from diverse communities came together to learn, teach, and expand their horizons – and ended up coming away with a sense of community linked by common values.  >>
10/24/2017
Learning Expedition in Nepal
From 10-16 September, participants came together for a six-day GLOBE Learning Expedition in the cities of Kathmandu and Pokhara in Nepal.  >>
09/08/2017
GLOBE Program Taiwan Hosts the GLOBE Asia-Pacific Science Festival
The GLOBE students’ poster presentation section was one of the highlights in this exhibition.  >>
08/17/2017
GLOBE Students at Muhu Basic School (Estonia) Spend Summer Day Inspiring U.S. Department of State Visitor
On 01 August 2017, Deborah Klepp from the U.S. State Department visited Muhu Pohikool (Muhu Basic School) to learn how The GLOBE Program works in an Estonian school, and to learn from the students how their methods can be implemented in other schools around the world.  >>