Maria Magdalena Ravagnan

Country: 
Argentina
Buenos Aires

I am a Veterinarian and professor in Veterinary. I«m working as a Science and Biology teacher at two private bilingual schools in Buenos Aires (Spanish-English) with students from 12 to 16 years old. I think this student-centered global project is a great opportunity to get to know and share experiences with children from around the world, and inspire them to make changes which can make the world a better place.

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School: Colegio Las Cumbres

Our Projects

Climate Action Project: introduction

This week our class investigated the meaning, causes and effects of climate change. It was very important to get more deeply in touch with the problem and to make students active participants in communicating, preventing and finding solutions for it.

Climate change affects Argentina

During this week students investigated the effects of climate change in all our country. They described different consequences in the north, centre and south of Argentina. In addition, they revised the main points the argentinian Pope Francis focuses on, in his encyclical "Laudato Si" about the Climate change. 

Climate change solutions

Don´t miss María Murmis´ interview by J7 students!


Impressions

The Climate Action Project
Discussing about climate change solutions with María Murmis, and argentinian expert on sustainable resources.