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GLOBE Peru “METAMORPHOSIS” Activity Creates Effective and Affective Cross-Border Alliances to Educate on Sustainability
On 02 October 2021, 15 students (ages 9 through 11) from the district of Villa María del Triunfo, in Lima, Peru, participated in a collaborative, cross-border effort called “METAMORPHOSIS.”  >>

GLOBE Suriname Students’ Summer Vacation Activities Focus on Critical Ecosystems
In September 2021, Green Heritage Fund Suriname (GHFS) organized summer vacation activities in the districts of Nickerie (09-10 September), Coronie (11-12 September), and Galibi (19-20 September). “These locations were chosen because of their proximity to mangrove forests and sea turtle beaches, two important ecosystems for Suriname,” Cheyenne Samson, a GHFS teacher said.  >>

GLOBE Ecuador Students Reconnect To GLOBE through “Human Amid the Cosmos” Science Fair
In 2021, students at the Colegio Británico Internacional School, in Quito, Ecuador, worked to reconnect their scientific endeavors to The GLOBE Program – creating the “Human Amid the Cosmos” Science Fair. During the fair, seventh graders engaged, once again, with the GLOBE experience and shared their experiences.  >>

GLOBE Asia and Pacific Region Hosts Inspiring Webinar in Support of November 2021 – January 2022 Air Quality Campaign
On 05 November, GLOBE’s Asia and Pacific Region hosted an “impactful” Air Quality Campaign Webinar, which was attended by 35 people from seven countries. The Asia and Pacific Regional Coordination Office is promoting the Air Quality Campaign, which will run from November 2021 through January 2022.  >>

“One Student-One Tree” Initiative Encourages Community Awareness
On 01 September 2021, the “One Student-One Tree” initiative took center stage at the Winfiled High School in Khammam, Telangana, India. On 20 September, a webinar focused on this intiative took place, with 93 participants from eight countries in GLOBE’s Asia and Pacific Region.  >>

Virtual Field Work Introduces GLOBE Malta Students to The GLOBE Program
From January through June 2021, students from across Malta engaged in virtual fieldwork – managing to take “the outdoors indoors” during the pandemic.  >>

Thanks to Their Stellar Performance in the 2020 and 2021 IVSS, GLOBE Students Learn that “School” Reaches Beyond Limits of Locality
“This year, the students of the Private Elementary School Incorporated No. 1345 Nuestra Señora del Carmen won for the second consecutive time the drawing of the International Virtual Science Symposium (IVSS). Their work represents GLOBE’s Latin America and Caribbean Region (LAC) and, more specifically, the quality of their reports and research work,” María Paz Fernández, Communications Assistant, LAC Region, said.  >>

GLOBE Cohort Partner Bo Lebo Helps Students “Find a Voice” Using GLOBE Protocols
As a North American GLOBE cohort partner, U.S. Department of Education (USDOE) and Los Angeles (California, USA) School District volunteer and grant recipient, Cynthyny (“Bo”) Lebo has been actively engaged in – and applying – GLOBE curriculum and protocols since 2015.  >>

GLOBE Argentina Students Win Argentine Junior Water Prize
In May 2021, GLOBE Argentina students Marianela P., Juan W., and Lucio M., from the Science Club Huechulafquen won the Argentine Junior Water Prize (organized by the Argentine Association of Sanitary Engineering and Environmental Sciences). The students will represent the country in the Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition organized by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) within the framework of World Water Week.  >>

GLOBE Ireland Air Quality Campaign 2021 Online Event Celebrates Work of GLOBE Students
On 20 May 2021, GLOBE Ireland hosted an end-of-the-year celebratory event for the Air Quality Campaign. More than 200 people participated in the event, including primary school student classes and secondary school groups, teachers, GIO Director Dr. Tony Murphy, Irish EPA Director Laura Burke, Irish EPA Air Quality and Citizen Science teams, GLOBE Europe Regional Office, Dana Votapkova, and scientists from Trinity College Dublin and Technical University Dublin.  >>