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Climate Change

What's wrong with El Niño?

El Niño is a yearly appearing phenomena, especially at the west coast of South America. During El Niño air and water currents are being influenced: masses of warmth are moving and influence the global temperature and water situation. This means: rainfall on earth is irregular, extreme wet and dry periods in certain countries and marine life is changing.

In combination with our human behavior the effects of El Niño are more extreme. The interaction between humans and nature brings our climate to disastrous changes. New measures by NASA are astonishing.

Studying a STEM theme like our climate can inspire and motivate pupils to become creative innovators. Please read more about STEM didactics in the new Flemish STEM frame, or get new fresh ideas out of the database of KlasCement. 

(Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v92Iqihct98; image: https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2542/3945439186_d10096c827_o_d.jpg)

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