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"Living in a Changing Climate" is an EU-funded bilateral Comenius school partnership. It aims to investigate how ecosystems and human communities can exist in an environment shaped by the climate change.

The two teams have investigated the signs of change in two different ecosystems and national parks. One is a coastal-marine ecosystem in oceanic climate (Vatnajökull NP), the other is a wetland-lake ecosystem in continental climate (Balaton Uplands NP). The teams have been to field trips an studied glaciers, migratory birds, lake-side meadows and seaside plains, salt- and freshwater ecosystems. They have observed forests, invasive species, shifting habitats, changing farming and fishing practices. They have visited research institutions and national parks, and learned through practical work how geology, climatology and biology can be combined in a meaningful way.

 

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Living in a Changing Climate awarded with the Euro...Living in a Changing Climate awarded with the European Quality Label

Our project “Living in a Changing Climate” is now officially over. The project leader submitted the final report in September 2015. It was a plea ... 

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National eTwinning Competition Budapest, October 1...National eTwinning Competition Budapest, October 16th, 2014

A few months ago the team applied for and was awarded an eTwinning Quality Label for the Living in a Changing Climate Project. (You may know that our ... 

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