Journey to the Future with Professor Meteo

2/17/2011Vienna

Competition for school classes, children's and youth groups: What will our life look like in the year 2100, after we have stopped the climate change?

Imagine we're in the year 2100. Humankind has been successful in stopping global warming. But how did they manage to stop the climate change? How do people live in 2100 and how do they obtain the energy they need for life? 

Wanted: Creative ideas and exciting stories
The competition of VERBUND Climate School of Hohe Tauern National Park has called upon school classes, children and youth groups, to send in their ideas of life in the year 2100 in form of stories, drawings and models. The "trip to the future with Professor Meteo" allows them to deal with the subject areas of energy, traffic, natural resources, environment, and climate, in a way that is both creative and knowledgeable.

The most imaginative contributions will be judged by a jury according to two age categories (ages six to ten and ages 11 to 14) and awarded superb prizes.

The competition of VERBUND Climate School of Hohe Tauern National Park calls upon school classes, children and youth groups, their ideas of life in the year 2100 in form of stories, drawings and models. The "trip to the future with Professor Meteo" gives them an opportunity to deal with the subject areas of energy, traffic, natural resources, environment and climate in a way that is both imaginative and scientific.The most creative contributions will be judged by a jury according to two age categories (ages six to ten and ages 11 to 14) and awarded superb prizes.
  • 3 climate research days in the Hohe Tauern National Park for the entire class, everything included
  • A field trip to the VERBUND Power and Ice Adventure World in Kaprun including bus trip and lunch
  • An expedition for the entire class to VERBUND Energiewelt Malta at the Kölnbrein dam including bus and lunch
  • A class trip to the "Pasterze", the highest glacier of the east Alpine region including bus trip and lunch
    and a lot of fun with our National Park rangers

Participate – and win!
Entry deadline is 17 May 2011. Should you have questions, please contact Angelika Staats of the Hohe Tauern National Park Centre. We wish you the best of luck and look forward to receiving many exciting future visions! 

All details on the competition, as well as information on the climate school and offers of the Hohe Tauern National Park can be found at www.hohetauern.at/klimaschule

Angelika Staats
T 04784/701-28
E angelika.staats@ktn.gv.at