What those inheriting Earth have to say about climate change


Atlas, 8 years old, created a webpage about climate change to raise awareness about the impacts and taking action.





Gabriel was a state finalist in the 2021 Central NM STEM Research Challenge, Senior Division with his wind and solar project. He goes to Albuquerque Institute of Math and Science. He received an honorable mention in the Senior Engineering category and four monetary awards from NM Engineering Foundation, ENLACE, US Air Force, and Directed Energy Professional Society. He won third place in 2020. Gabriel said, “I was interested in developing a new sustainable energy technology that we could use for both industrial and residential scales. With New Mexico declaring itself carbon neutral in the upcoming decades, new technology will be needed as we transform our grid. This will power everything including our homes, buildings, transportation, and networks.







Do you know a Climate Kid? We’d love to feature their climate project on this page. Submit a photo of the student, description of the project, and a document or link to the project:

Fiana Shapiro, Education Committee Member, imaginethehours@aol.com