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Wildlife and the Warming Climate

MOS at School - High School Opens February 24

Live Expert Panel Q&A: Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 1:00 PM EST

As the climate crisis causes habitats to move, shrink, melt, and disappear, animals and plants are responding in unique and different ways. While some species struggle to survive, others are learning to adapt, and a few are even benefiting from the change. For this event, students will meet residents from our Living Collections and hear the stories of how their wild counterparts are either threatened or thriving in the wake of climate change.

This event includes access to unique asynchronous climate science videos, a live synchronous expert panel Q&A through Zoom webinar, and a “Call to Climate Action” resource list following the live panel.

This event is open to US high schools. There is a limited capacity, and each school may register up to 150 participants for each High School Science Series event. Advance reservations are required. To book this program, please call 617-723-2500.

Should you not receive confirmation of your reservation with the webinar link within 72 hours of your presentation, please call 617-723-2500

This offering supports the below Next Generation Science Standard:

This event is provided free of charge for educators through the generosity of the Lowell Institute.

Location

Online Only. Find on map

Audience

Recommended for: Grades 9 – 12

Included with Exhibit Halls admission or membership.


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