LPS 2022 Climate Detectives School Award

Cortez Deacetis



ESA is proud to announce the second edition of the LPS Climate Detectives School Award. The award is open to teams of students, from 12 to 15 years old, participating in the ESA Climate Detectives school project.

Climate Detectives

The Climate Detectives project challenges school students to investigate a climate problem using Earth observation data, either obtained by satellites or taking direct measurements on the ground. Based on their investigation, the students are called to make a difference and take actions to help address this climate problem.

A jury of ESA experts will select the best four projects and invite the award-winning teams to present their findings to an international audience at the ESA 2022 Living Planet Symposium (LPS 2022). The Symposium will take place on 23 –27 May 2022 in Bonn, Germany.

The winning teams with Josef Aschbacher and members of the jury

The Award is an unique opportunity for students to participate in one of the biggest Earth observation conferences in the world, to meet scientists and discover their work.

For more information about how to join Climate Detectives go to climatedetectives.esa.int/. Teams can submit their investigation plan until the 25th of November 2021.

Further details about the LPS Award and how to apply will be published on the official website of Climate Detectives in the beginning of 2022. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to participate in a scientific conference and discover how Earth observation plays a key role in our daily lives and is benefiting society and humankind.

The 2022 Living Planet Symposium is organised by ESA with the support of German Aerospace Center (DLR). You can find more information about the Symposium on the official website.

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