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03/20/2017
GrowApp: make an animation of climate change in your backyard
Observe the greening-up of trees with the newly launched GrowApp! The application allows you to make animations of trees, gardens and landscapes by taking pictures with your smartphone. While having fun making an animation of your backyard, you help scientists better understand climate change impact on the environment.  >>

03/02/2017
GLOBE students from Germany and Belgium explored together High Fens nature reserve.
Students from Germany and Belgium met on 30th September 2016 to explore Belgian nature reserve High Fens and to share a GLOBE measurements experience. The focus was on water. The day was a very successful opening for a project that motivates a lot of students as well as a first contact for further exchanges.  >>

02/23/2017
Teachers: Make a Video for GLOBE Earth Day!
The GLOBE Implementation Office will celebrate Earth Day 2017 on Friday 21 April with a special Google Hangout that will feature one video from each GLOBE region. Enter your video to be the one from your region!  >>

02/13/2017
Join Phenology Campaign for Europe and Eurasia!
Would you like to see, how a green wave of vegetation moves through Europe during the spring? Join Phenology campaign 2017 and try a brand new GrowApp. New flyer with information about the campaign is now available.  >>

02/04/2017
Registration for the 21st GLOBE Annual Meeting is Now Open
We hope you will join us for our largest GLOBE gathering of the year in New Haven, Connecticut. Mark your calendars now for 30 July - 4 August 2017!  >>

Events


11/06/2017
2017 GLOBE Regional Meeting for Europe and Eurasia and Training for Trainers
Save the date November 6-10, 2017 for GLOBE Regional Meeting for Europe and Eurasia and Training for Trainers in Israel.  >>

01/01/2017
Track nature’s Green Wave - European Phenology Campaign 2017
Phenology campaign 2017 has already started! The campaign brings brand new GrowApp - a perfect and easy to use tool for biology and geography classes. Join the campaign and use GrowApp to observe how plants change during various seasons, make time-lapse videos and learn how plants react to climatic changes.  >>

10/11/2015
GLOBE Hosts New Data Entry Challenge 11-17 October
GLOBE is hosting a new data entry challenge from 11-17 October 2015!  >>

10/01/2015
Soil Moisture Measurement Campaign
To support the SMAP satellite mission, NASA has initiated a 7-month-long Soil Moisture Measurement Campaign and invites GLOBE schools to participate. The SMAP Campaign begins 1 October 2015 and will be ongoing through 30 April 2016.  >>

09/24/2015
2015 Kilimanjaro Learning Xpedition
Since 2009, an international team of GLOBE scientists, teachers and students have been trekking to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania to evaluate the evolving ecosystem of the largest freestanding mountain in the world.  >>

Organization Measurements and Accomplishments

Participation

  • 5 Teachers
  • 4 Pre-Service Teachers
  • 71,377 Data Entries
  • 54 Schools
  • 125 Students
  • 6 Honor Rolls
  • Recognition
  • Most Used
  • Training

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