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Mobile Climate Science Labs and Demonstrations -- Examples of Where Presented

Bay Area Science Festival 2011
AT&T Park / San Francisco Giants Baseball Stadium -- Held Sunday, November 6, 2011.
BASF 2011
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November 7, 2011
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Two of the Mobile Climate Science Lab presenters

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Photos of the Mobile Climate Science Labs

at the first annual Bay Area Science Festival at

AT&T Park San Francisco Giants Baseball Stadium -- Sunday, November 6, 2011

We are proud to have been the provider of hands-on climate science at all three of the BASF largest events:
Cal State University East Bay -- Saturday, October 29, 2011
North Bay – Sonoma -- Infineon Raceway -- Saturday, November 5, 2011

AT&T Park San Francisco Giants Baseball Stadium -- Sunday, November 6, 2011

The San Francisco AT&T Park event was the grand finale of the first annual BASF,
a celebration and showcase of Bay Area hands-on science.
Over 20,000 attended the baseball stadium event. Over 70,000 for the festival overall.

As a year round hands-on science program, engaging 100,000's annually, the Mobile Climate Science Labs were proud to be part of BASF.
Thank you, Bay Area Science Festival!

   Amanda W. , 10 year old Oakland Public Schools student. Science teacher for thousands.

We were honored to be an exhibitor encouraging others to be fully engaged in hands-on science. Where:
Students are given the opportunity to lead the public in hands-on science discovery. As educators, involving thousands more, young and old.
Local K-12 teachers get real world experience in hands-on teaching, in our very supportive lab environment. Happening even during BASF!

Persevere in supporting the local schools with evidence based hands-on science, even while public funding for education is being slashed;
at a time when experiential, involving science programs are being discouraged and closed, especially in disadvantaged communities.

Ocean Acidification Demonstration
How changes in carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere alter the chemistry of the oceans. Fun, dramatic.
Greater CO2 levels lower the pH. Comparing sources of carbon dioxide. Relationship to human health and blood chemistry
This science demonstration appeared the next night on the evening news in Cantonese. KTSF TV (View in Firefox or Google Chrome)

KTSF TV Evening News
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Carbon Dioxide Lab

Infrared Light and Energy Lab

Some of the other scenes from AT&T Park -- Sunday November 6 -- BASF
Other exhibitors with themes related to climate and energy

PG&E -- energy use and conservation
Popular exhibit on power consumption.

Lawrence Livermore Labs
3D Multimedia. Energy mix simulation/game.

Lawrence Berkeley Labs
Make Your own Solar Cells

Green Ninjas
Food Choices, Affect on Carbon Footprint

Also on the 3rd Floor Club Level with the Mobile Climate Science Labs
Field View. Upper levels were indoors

Next to the Climate Science Labs

California Academy of Sciences

Abbott Laboratories

Field & Prominade levels: Chevron Partners

Mobile Climate Science Labs -- sharing hands-on science evidence with 100,000's year-round at:
Public Events   K-12 Schools: High Schools; Middle and Elementary Schools   Conferences,
Colleges and Universities,   Teacher Trainings and Professional Development,      
Science Centers, Museums, and Aquariums
Government and Business

2011 Climate Education Specialists, since 1999
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pro bono services for thousands of climate education programs worldwide. While primarily based at science museums
and the University of California, we work with hundreds of schools, programs and science institutions around the world
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