Meeting with participants in CLIMLIFE school survey
On Monday, May 31, the CLIMLIFE research group arranged a digital meeting for students and teachers who earlier this year had participated in a school survey on climate and lifestyle. During the meeting, first results from the study were presented and discussed with the participants.
Between January and March 2021, research assistant Jana Paulina Scheurer and project leader Kjersti Fløttum conducted an extensive school survey among high school students in the Bergen municipality. Being a part of the larger CLIMLIFE research project, the study aims at examining how young people relate to climate change in their daily lifestyle choices. In total, 381 students from nine different schools participated in the study.
On Monday, May 31, the CLIMLIFE research group arranged a digital meeting for students and teachers who had partcipated in the study. After Scheurer had presented first results from the study, the students were given the opportunity to comment on the findings and ask questions. The following schools were represtend in the meeting: Amalie Skram vgs, Danielsen vgs, Metis vgs, Sotra vgs, and Steiner School in Bergen.