Discover 7 ways satellite Earth observation helps fight climate change.
Learn about what gets planes up in the air, what keeps them up there, and what brings them down again.
Learn about the layers of the atmosphere, atmospheric pressure, pressure systems and fronts.
Students will measure environmental conditions such as temperature, CO2, and relative humidity in their classroom and submit the data to a national database.
Did you know that too much carbon dioxide in the classroom can affect your body, and even your grades?
Carbon dioxide is an important part of the air on Earth and in space. What is carbon dioxide? How is it measured? How can it affect us mentally and physically?
Explore the greenhouse effect and learn about the impacts it can have on the environment.
5 images of stratus clouds that cover a wide horizontal layer in the sky at low level and are often associated with rain or drizzle
5 images of cumulus clouds that are white, puffy clouds with a flat base at mid level and are often associated with fair weather
11 images that illustrate some daily weather conditions such as cold, hot and windy
5 images of cirrus clouds that are wispy or feather-like clouds at high level, made of ice crystals and may indicate an approaching storm