Select Page

An inspiring, new, live streamed event

for primary and secondary schools.

 

POP22 will feature live link-ups, talks full of inspiration and activities from innovators and experts working to tackle climate change.

Join in the inspiring sessions   Protecting our planet day - POPD 2022 logo low res  Join in the exciting activities

Learn about the current challenges  Protecting our planet day - POPD 2022 logo low res  Learn about the effective actions

 

Be inspired by the change possible Protecting our planet day - POPD 2022 logo low res  Be hopeful of what we can all do

 

When the programme is announced, you’ll be able to book for a session or two or join in for the whole day. Take part with your class or your whole school.

Running in parallel with COP27 events, join POP22 and be a part of the climate change programmes taking place around the planet.

POP22 is presented by STEM Learning and organised in collaboration with the leading organisations and renowned societies of the UK’s Climate Change Educational Partnership.

Ocean - Jellyfish
Forest
Iceberg
Kangerlussuaq Glacier, Greenland - ESA

SAVE-THE-DATE

Thursday 10 November 2022

The exciting POP22 programme will be announced over the coming months. Here are a few of the main topics and activities you can look forward to:

 

PROTECTING OUR OCEANS

PROTECTING OUR FORESTS

Protecting OUR ICE

Mars hour icon Hear from national and international experts sharing their knowledge and passion for protecting our planet and tackling climate change. Join in with live Q&A

Mars hour icon

Link up with pioneers out on location in their areas of research and action. Discover how they are already protecting precious ecosystems despite the challenges to overcome and their hope of what can be achieved for the future

Mars hour icon

Take part in activities during various sessions. Share in the determination to protect our planet together

PROTECTING THROUGH SCIENCE

PROTECTING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY 

PROTECTING THROUGH ENGINEERING

PROTECTING THROUGH MATHS

Mars hour icon Meet hidden heroes already working on innovations and research in the UK. Learn about their journeys from studying STEM subjects to protecting our planet

Mars hour icon

Hear from Climate and STEM Ambassador panels who will demonstrate how you too can follow a career path where you can tackle climate change

Mars hour icon Take part in STEM CLUBS HOUR with a huge range of inspirational climate change related activities provided by members of the Climate Change Educational Partnership

Mars hour icon

Participate in a special twilight session for teachers, vote for the ‘Teachers’ Choice’ topic in advance

Satellite ESA
Halley VI - ESA
Light bulb - protect
Advance Weather

THE TEAM BEHIND POP22

Inspiration and activities from innovators and experts.

Guests of UK’s Climate Change Educational Partnership.

POP22 is presented by STEM Learning and organised in collaboration with the leading organisations and renowned societies of the UK’s Climate Change Educational Partnership:

Association for science and discovery centres
Edinburgh Climate Change Institute
University of Edinburgh
Environment Agency
European Space Agency
Mathematics Education Innovation
 MetOffice
Natural Environment Research Council
Natural History Museum
Royal Geographical Society
Royal Meteorological Society
Royal Society
STEM Learning 
University of Reading 
UK Space Agency
UK Research and Innovation.

STEM Learning and the CCEP are passionate in their aim of supporting the delivery of climate change related lessons and activities to the classroom. Together they provide CPD courses, opportunities for schools to engage with STEM Ambassadors who work in the field and STEM enrichment opportunities, such as competitions and challenges.

POP22  is brought to you by the team behind the hugely successful annual Mars Day missions. Launched in March 2021, these virtual events are presented by the UK Space Education Office (ESERO-UK), STEM Learning and in collaboration with the European Space Agency and the UK Space Agency.

Their most recent mission in March attracted over 180,000 advance registrations, live streamed a whole galaxy of guests to inspire and educate, created the foundations for a platform to showcase the range (and excitement) of careers in the UK space industry, and reminded us that the awe of space will always appeal and enthrall.