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Climate Survey - How Do We Affect Our Weather and Climate?

This resource can be used when teaching about the weather and environment. It contains four activities which are:

* Measuring contrails in the sky
* Measuring wind direction at cloud height
* Using bubbles to measure wind direction at our height
* Answering questions about how hot or cold you feel and the types of clothes you are wearing.

This resource includes a workbook, field guide, cloud chart and a thermal comfort card for children to complete.

This survey is part of the Open Air Laboratories (OPAL) project which encourages people from all backgrounds to get back in touch with nature and will also generate valuable scientific data concerning the state of our environment.

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