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ClimateScience Clubs

Bring climate change awareness to your school.

AGES 12-18 & 18-22Register

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What are ClimateScience Clubs?

Through events, activities, and engaging with their local community, ClimateScience Clubs start the conversation about climate change, and its solutions, in their school.".

See what our clubs are up to
Community campaigning
Community campaigning
Group discussions in Singapore
Group discussions in Singapore
Tree planting
Tree planting
Fijian students’ ClimateScience debate
Fijian students’ ClimateScience debate
Engage with our kids’ books
Engage with our kids’ books
Reading ‘Saving Planet Earthly’
Reading ‘Saving Planet Earthly’
Worksheets
Worksheets
Workshop
Workshop
Making friends in the process
Making friends in the process

What do ClimateScience Clubs do?

As a club, you will pick a “Key Climate Concern” at the start of each year or semester — “food waste” for example. You will then plan activities and events to learn about your chosen concern and its solutions, while raising awareness about it within your school or community.

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FAQs

Sit down with some friends who share your climate vision and discuss how best to integrate this program within your school. Some schools may have a formal application process, and some may not. It is up to you to familiarise yourself with your school’s requirements and ensure that you adhere to them.
Membership to a ClimateScience Club is open to all students of that school. Everyone should have an equal say and all club efforts should be collaborative. When starting the club, specific positions should be assigned to ensure smooth functioning. These positions may depend on your team and school.
A Key Concern is the overarching climate/environmental theme that the club will focus on, ranging from food waste to carbon dioxide removal, clean energy, and more. At the start of each academic year (or whenever your club is initially formed), we encourage you to determine your Key Concerns.

Once your Key Concerns have been decided, the Club is ready to start planning events for the year, with the aim to raise awareness on (or maybe even solve!) the Key Concerns within their school and/or community.
Not at all. ClimateScience Clubs can do whatever they want as long as they promote climate solutions and remain within the rules and regulations of their school and community. ClimateScience is here to guide and provide resources, but the specifics of how students want the clubs to function and what they want to focus on are entirely up to the Club members.
Clubs can organise any activity that adheres to school rules and the law. When your Club is officially registered you will join our Discord server where you can see what others have been working on. Clubs are also encouraged to participate in larger ClimateScience events such as the ClimateScience Olympiad, ClimateScience Explore, Climate MUNs, and Club debates. Check out our website for more info!
The ClimateScience community invites ClimateScience Clubs to all community events including exciting talks with experts, fun quizzes and games, panel discussions, debates and much more! You can find all such events .
Club initiatives are things you do to achieve your ‘Key Concerns’. This could be reducing food waste in the cafeteria, improving the biodiversity found on campus, creating a carpooling scheme or even inventing technology to affordably generate electricity from nuclear fusion. That last one may be a bit more difficult ;) If your initiatives are making a significant change, they might even end up getting noticed by your municipality and become bigger-scale projects, or be highlighted on our website & social media.
We recommend it. Teacher Supervisors are teaching staff willing to oversee their school’s ClimateScience Club. They help their Club access resources within the school (meeting rooms, permissions, a budget, material resources etc.) while supervising the flow of events and providing guidance as needed.
We're working on a managed platform for this. For now, contact your assigned ClimateScience volunteer after registering your club.
If you are already in the club or can join it, the club would simply need to be registered on our website, granting them access to our free resources and events. If for some reason one of these things doesn’t work (you can’t join, you don’t like the folks running it, etc.), just create a new Club :)
We understand that different schools organise clubs in different ways. You don’t have to officially register with your school in order to be a verified ClimateScience Club. You can register with, gather some friends together, get started, and then finalise with your school when it’s most suitable.

Building a team

Although everyone in ClimateScience Clubs is equal, we recommend assigning roles to members of your team.

Click on a role to find out more

Volunteer Lead

The Volunteer Coordinator is in charge of expanding and staying connected with the group. They are also in charge of making sure volunteers feel respected and (most importantly) have fun!

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