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PolarRES, a H2020 EU-funded project, is hosting a series of webinars for young students (ages 14+) with the main topic of discussion centering around climate change. The sessions will cover the important role that Polar Regions play in the global climate system and the physical processes which drive the changes we see today.  In support of Ukrainian youth and in collaboration with their Ukrainian partners, these PolarRES webinars are open to all students with a passion for climate! 

 The first session, Polar Regions “in our hands,” will take place online on 7 June at 18:30-19:30 CEST, in English. There will be demonstrations to show the peculiarities of the ocean circulation, causes of the sea level rise, ice melting, density stratification, thermohaline circulation, and rotating fluid features through simple experiments that can be followed along with at home

 For more details about the event and registration, check out the event on the PolarRES website.

The aim is to host a fun and interactive session for climate-passionate youth, and we would be so grateful if you could share this information with your network.

 If you have any questions you can reach out to the PolarRES communications team, Hannah Hayes (hannah [DOT] hayes [AT] arctik [DOT] eu" contenteditable="false">hannah [DOT] hayes [AT] arctik [DOT] eu) and Océane Merchiers (oceane [DOT] merchiers [AT] arctik [DOT] eu" contenteditable="false">oceane [DOT] merchiers [AT] arctik [DOT] eu).

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