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Rich Aronson, biological sciences, traveled to Churchill, Manitoba,in November to participate in an outreach campaign on climate change aimed at K–12 students and their teachers. The program of webcasts and video-conferences, streamed live from a mobile broadcast studio on the tundra along the shores of Hudson Bay, was organized by Polar Bears International, a non-profit that works to conserve the bears and their habitat by promoting awareness of climate-change issues.

Joe Laub, education and interdisciplinary studies, promoted the program in the Brevard County schools, with at least one Melbourne school participating. Students in Palm Beach County raised serious questions about projected sea-level rise in Florida and asked what they could do as individuals to curtail the impacts of climate change.

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