General membership meetings are held quarterly. These are early-evening socials featuring speakers to update us on the science of climate change, on relevant technologies, on agencies and policies addressing climate change, and on actions we can take.
Classroom Climate Science
Members make up the support crew for our youth-education program, comprised of lessons for middle-school science classes. The presenters are grad students from UCSD’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and STAY COOL members supervise experiments that teach about greenhouse gases and effects of ocean warming and acidification.
STAY COOL members are welcome to bring family and friends along for our occasional field trips, which involve guided tours to, for example, witness “King tides” at the Scripps Pier, study wildfire impacts and recovery at Silverwood Wildlife Sanctuary, and observe climate-change indicators at Cabrillo National Monument.
About Past Events
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