Type of activity

  • observation
  • interview

Registration of:

  • extreme weather events
  • interviews

Equipment:

  • interview questionaire
  • note book
  • camera

Have there been floods, storms or other natural incidents where you live? Here you can register both old and new incidents. You can also interview people about climate change.

Floods, storms or golf ball hailstones? Tell us your stories! Ask an expert!

Report your extreme weather incidents. Help the experts plan for future extreme weather events!

This learning activity offers two practical ways where you can share and compare new knowledge:

• Report extreme weather incidents and their local consequences.
• Register interviews with local community members on their thoughts around climate change and climate change adaptation.

These two activities will be reported in the same format for all individuals and schools in the world. This way, the information you register will be comparable and contribute to generate important information for the authorities and research at both local, national and international level. For schools and others, the collective registrations is a good starting point for reflection and participation in local work for climate change adaptation.

Siste registreringer

Sortland videregående skole, Trym Sommerseth (Nordland, Norway) — fredag 6. februar 2015

Sortland videregående skole, Magnus Karlsen (Nordland, Norway) — fredag 1. juni

Sortland videregående skole, Gard Isak Nordmeland (Nordland, Norway) — onsdag 30. mai

Sortland videregående skole, Gard Isak Nordmeland (Nordland, Norway) — onsdag 30. mai

Sortland videregående skole, Mathilde (Nordland, Norway) — onsdag 30. mai

Sortland videregående skole, Magnus Karlsen (Nordland, Norway) — onsdag 30. mai

Sortland videregående skole, Mathilde (Nordland, Norway) — onsdag 30. mai

Sortland videregående skole, Sindre Tøllefsen (Nordland, Norway) — onsdag 30. mai

Sortland videregående skole, Sindre Tøllefsen (Nordland, Norway) — onsdag 30. mai

Leiknes skule, Andrine (Hordaland, Norway) — fredag 26. februar 2016