And now for the good stuff - our student team presentations! Of our 64 groups, 19 (no 21!) were able to complete projects, despite the pandemic. These projects are presented below. We grouped our teams into "rooms," based on the topics of their presentations. Between now and the end of May, please provide positive, helpful, constructive feedback to the teams on the Kids Climate Summit Dialog and Feedback Forum.
For an overview of what we anticipated for the Kids Climate Summit on May 2, 2020 and as a tribute to those teams who were unable to participate, please see our
In closing, we want to offer up a huge:
Thank You to our Volunteers for their assistance and dedication!
Thank you to our Sponsors for their belief in us!
Thank You to all the Coaches, who were willing to work with groups of kids on climate issues!
Thank You to all the Experts who volunteered their time and energy to make this a meaningful
experience for the kids!
Thank You to the Schools and Organizations who dedicated time and resources to making
the Kids Climate Summit successful.
Thank You to the young Artists at Science and Arts Academy for their artwork.
And a very special Thank You to the staff at Illinois Math and Science Academy
for their unwavering support and dedication.
Please plan to join us next April for the Kids Climate Summit 2021 at IMSA!