To celebrate Earth Day, International Environment Day and the 25th anniversary of the Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE), GLOBE Malta, the U.S. Embassy and the Malta Embassy in Washington, D.C. organized a joint project to highlight U.S. and Maltese collaboration to better understand the Earth systems and the global environment. The project focused on cloud formation observations. From April 22 until June 1, participants recorded their research and developed creative ways in which to present their findings. Participants made their observations solely from their garden, yard, roof, balcony or window. 108 students participated and presented their individual projects to highlight their observations of cloud formations.
We would like to congratulate Amaya Lia (Year 5.4), who, out of her own initiative, participated in the GLOBE Malta Cloud Challenge. Below you can see a sample of Amaya’s research work and certificate of participation. Well done Amaya!
For more information about The GLOBE Program kindly visit www.globe.gov . You may also follow the GLOBE Malta Facebook page.