Led by local educators in Tijuana, Baja California, the resources acquired through the Small Grants funding helped to engage approximately 500 high school students on climate-resilient culture and hope. The resources included water-monitoring kits that helped students investigate and learn about water quality at their own beaches, climate kids’ traveling trunks, and tablets to explore their surroundings with iNaturalist. Thanks to these learning tools, both students and teachers dove into the science around biodiversity, climate, air quality, and water quality.
Martha Aide Escalante García, Cutberto Parra Guevara, Alejandro Ruiz Urquizo
The Climate Science Alliance Binational Working Group is a climate collaboration for nature and people across the US-Mexico Border.