PAGES Magazine for Teens
This is a great opportunity to reach out to the next generation and get them excited about your topic. Please consider contributing to this Past Global Changes Magazine issue with an article, drawing, conversation report, interview, data-analysis recipe, field/modeling experience, comic, podcast, interactive activity, movie â€¦ the opportunities are vast!
See this example of an article if you need some inspiration, but feel free to use your own format (two-three pages maximum). Additional sections may also be included, such as tips for teachers when presenting this material or more in-depth discussions of the material for higher-level students.
Whatever your idea, please send a title and short summary (10-15 lines), written in teen-friendly language (preferably in English; possibilities for translation will be explored at a later date) by 30 June 2020 to Sarah Eggleston: email@example.com
Access all Past Global Changes Magazines here.
The list below is designed to provide suggestions for possible topics, but other topics are welcome!
Extreme events (hurricanes, tsunamis, wildfire,â€¦)
Change (rate, amplitude)