For Anisha Kakar of Sayreville War Memorial High School, the depth of the threat that climate change poses to the planet and daily life, proved to be an eye-opening learning experience. The teen joined more than 130 others at the annual Rutgers Climate and Environmental Change Teen Summit Thursday…The event, in its 5th year, is meant to stimulate and educate, said Janice McDonnell, 4-H Science, Engineering and Technology agent. At the summit, co-sponsored by Rutgers Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences and 4-H Youth Development, the eighth to 12th-graders worked with Rutgers scientists to learn about climate change science and develop community service projects. Thursday’s program brought about 13 schools, organizations, environmental and 4-H clubs together to share their projects, presented in a video format.
/ / Students gather in New Brunswick to talk about climate change