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Klimaløftet.no is the Norwegian governmental information campaign on climate, climate change, and measures needed to reduce climate gas emissions.
Welcome to CO2nnect!
The United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) states in its reports that the planet earth is getting warmer because of human activity.
Pupils need wide competencies to meet the challenges of sustainable development - including climate change. The CO2nnect activities are designed to support learning that can provide pupils with abilities, skills, attitudes and awareness as well as knowledge and understanding of the issues.
The activities can easily be adapted to a range of age groups and linked to the curricula of many subjects.
- Investigate CO2 emissions from travel to school
- Share the findings using an international database
- Compare and discuss CO2 emissions
- Submit questions to a climate- and transport expert
- Partner with other schools
- Meet with people in your community to discuss emissions from transport
- Generate and share ideas on how to reduce CO2 emissions
Sign up for CO2nnect and join other schools around the world.
Want to know more about CO2nnect? Go to What to do?
The results of the CO2nnect project report competition are now ready, view results.
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Current emission figures
|Emission intensity (g/km)||80.8|
|Mean schoolway distance (km)||5.6|
|CO2 emitted for pooled reported distances (kg)||15652|
|CO2 per reporter per year (190 days, kg)||173|
Most recent climate idea
Protect the environment, a source of life!
We are thrilled to participate in this campaign and we want to help create an environment as well as better and more healthy. People should think about more and more attention to how they can