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ISCFC schools in the news!

Moderated by Pam Miller
Course Name: The International Student Carbon Footprint Challenge
School: Stanford University and the University of Gothenburg
Date: 2011-2012
Many ISCFC classes have been featured in their local newspapers and on local TV shows. Please post any stories that describe your participation in the ISCFC or any other environmental projects.
You can post stories in the original language used, and we can use Google Translate to see the article in another language. You can use links to post YouTube videos of your project.
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RaniaNadjia_spain Mallek, Feb. 11, 2014

Hi, I’m Rania from IES Historiaor Chabas in Spain and my total Carbon Footprint was 6322 kg of CO₂. I got for transportation 1147 kg, for home: 2599 kg, for food 1734 kg and for purchases 842 kg. My Carbon Footprint is under to the average of my region. I was very surprise because i thought my footprint was averege or higher of my region. My intake in the home is bigger than the Spain consumption. For conclusing I think i don’t need to lower my footprint.

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  • Hildur Róbertsdóttir Hildur Róbertsdóttir Feb. 12, 2014
    Hi Rania. My total Carbon Footprint was 4272 kg of Co2. Your number isn´t so bad, don´t worry about it! I saw a number which was waayyyy higher than your´s. I was a lot lower than the avarage of my country. I liked that because I thought I was like the same or a little bit under, not this much lower.

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Jason Hodin, Oct. 11, 2013

Inquiry to Insight (I2I) - the organization that brings you the ISCFC is now on Twitter: @I2Iedu

Please message me on Einztein if you see a particular post you’d like us to share with the Twittter world

https://twitter.com/i2iedu
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adrien pouchele, May 15, 2013

Hi my name is Adrien Pouchele and my total Carbon Footprint was 19750kg. For transportation I got 6870kg, for Home I got 8610kg, for food I got 3455kg, and finally for purchases I got 815kg. I was surprised that my total was under the average for France. The thing that I was most surprised at though was my purchases. I thought that I buy a lot but I guess not! My average purchase compared to other in my region were no where near the same! I think that one way I could lower my transportation is if I walked or biked to some of the places I go to since they aren’t far at all

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  • Andrea F-Italy Andrea F-Italy May 16, 2013
    Hello Adrien think you should try to think more in your purchases because in my opinion and for me most of the things I buy are unnecessary.

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Pam Miller, April 22, 2013

Happy Earth Day!
48 schools are already enrolled for the ISCFC beginning on April 29th. Participating will be schools from Bangladesh, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Poland, Romania, Spain, Turkey, and the United States.

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  • Jason Hodin Jason Hodin April 28, 2013
    as of April 28, we now have 63 schools enrolled. Looking forward to exciting discussion in this session!

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Pam Miller, April 16, 2013

Swedish ISCFC partner teachers visited US ISCFC partner schools on their way to the I2I Teacher Summit held at the National Science Teachers annual conference in San Antonio, Texas. ISCFC partner teachers collaborated to share activities, labs, and research projects on climate change and ocean acidification.

http://www.thewoodstockindependent.com/January-2013/Woodstock-science-teacher-selected-for-Sweden-exchange/
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Pam Miller, April 4, 2013

Woodstock High School students in Bill Donato’s environmental science classes participate in the ISCFC.

http://www.nwherald.com/2012/03/01/woodstock-students-measure-carbon-footprints/a844aum/?page=1
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Pam Miller, April 25, 2012

Send us the link to the newspaper story or TV show about your ISCFC class, and we’ll add it to “ISCFC schools in the news”

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Pam Miller, April 23, 2012

Birsen Arisu’s students from Isparta Anadolu Öğretmen Lisesi in Turkey are in the news.

http://www.gazete32.com.tr/isparta-haberleri/anadolu-ogretmen-lisesi-dunya-projesine-katildi-h23411.html
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Pam Miller, April 18, 2012

Students at Waterloo Intermediate/Middle School in Jennifer Mortensen’s class are featured in the Currier News.

http://wmcourierenews.com/main.asp?SectionID=2&SubSectionID=52&ArticleID=3964

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Pam Miller, April 18, 2012

Patrick Nicolas and Marie Christine Osmont’s students at Lycée Louis Vicat in France are featured in two articles!

http://La Depeche du Midi": http://www.ladepeche.fr/article/2012/02/14/1284056-souillac-les-lyceens-planchent-sur-l-empreinte-carbone.html
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