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2022 North American Regional Meeting Overview
The 2022 GLOBE North American Regional Meeting (NARM) took place both virtually 02–04 November and at three in-person professional development workshops 07–08 November. This new hybrid model of virtual and in-person options was chosen in an effort to reach the widest North American GLOBE community audience, while we are still in the midst of the COVID pandemic.  >>

NAZA GLOBE CLOUD GAZE Project Stops Collecting Data on 01 December – But Closes With a Very Successful Story
A recent GLOBE Community Blog, “NASA GLOBE CLOUD GAZE is Closing with a Very Successful Story,” written by Marilé Colón Robles (lead for the GLOBE Clouds Team at NASA's Langley Research Center) provides an inspiring overview of the NASA GLOBE Clouds Gaze project.  >>

GLOBE Implementation Office Closed 24-25 November for Thanksgiving Holiday
The GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO), including the Community Support Team, will be closed Thursday-Friday (25-26 November) to celebrate the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday. During this time of celebration of appreciation, GIO would like to thank everyone within the GLOBE community for being such an invaluable and integral part of The GLOBE Program!  >>

GLOBE Student Vloggers Focus on Collaboration and Comparison
The current cohort of GLOBE Student Vloggers (GSVs) met in November to continue work on their “collaboration/comparison” videos. (Throughout the year, a selected cohort of GSVs create vlog–style video content for the GLOBE YouTube channel.)  >>

GLOBE’s Asia and Pacific Regional Coordination Office Proposes “Soil in School” Campaign
To encourage GLOBE students and teachers in the region, and in conjunction with World Soil Day, the Asia and Pacific Regional Coordination Office (RCO) is proposing a “Soil in School” campaign. The campaign will encourage students to take action to protect soil biodiversity and to be part of the “change" for sustainability – which begins in the classroom and expands to the school and out into the community.  >>

GLOBE Community Contributes Invaluable Data During NASA GLOBE Trees Challenge 2022: Trees in a Changing Climate
The GLOBE Program would like to thank everyone who took, and submitted, vital tree height observations during the NASA GLOBE Trees Challenge 2022: Trees in a Changing Climate. The challenge, which ran from 11 October through 11 November, received 4,753 observations from 754 unique participants, including from 92 GLOBE schools. Those data points spanned more than 1,500 unique sites from 50 different GLOBE countries. The top five countries in terms of observations were: the United States (1,992); Poland (788); Croatia (292); Thailand (172); and the Philippines (167).  >>

GLOBE Website Page Displaying in Another Language? Language Preference Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: Do you need to change the language preference for the GLOBE website? Have you shared a GLOBE website link to a resource that is loading in another language?  >>

Join 06 December Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign Webinar: “The State of Trees: December 2022”
The Trees Around the GLOBE Student Research Campaign will be hosting the webinar: “The State of Trees: December 2022” on Tuesday, 06 December, at 10:30 a.m. ET (03:30 p.m. UTC/04:30 p.m. CET).  >>

U.S. GLOBE Teachers: Connect Your Students with a Scientist Mentor This Year
The U.S. GLOBE Office, with support from its funders, NASA and YLACES (Youth Learning as Citizen Environmental Scientists), has been working to provide opportunities for U.S. GLOBE teachers and their students to engage with scientist mentors from the GLOBE International STEM Network (GISN).  >>

GLOBE Highlighted at Annual Global Climate Conference: COP27 -- Recording Now Available
In addition to other GLOBE-related presentations and/or discussions associated with the program’s efforts in climate education, the NASA Hyperwall presentation: “The GLOBE Program: Engaging Youth and Citizen Scientists in Understanding our Environment” took place on 10 November. Dr. Tahani Amer, program executive, NASA Earth Science Division, hosted the presentation.  >>