Climate Change Interactive

BBC World Class and their partners, the British Council, are working with schools around the world to share their pupils' views and experiences of climate change for the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen December 7-18.

To read comments from young people worldwide, click on the map.

HOW TO USE THE MAP
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We will not be posting new comments from schools once the Copenhagen Climate conference closes on December 18, 2009. But please continue to read comments from schools around the world here, and explore our in depth pages from schools on the World Class Website.




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