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ESPC 2019 - Fredericton (Nouveau-Brunswick)

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I am a grade 7 middle school student. I’ve been interested in climate change for a few years. We created science magazines in class and this was my topic. This lead me to experimenting with alternative forms of energy and earning gold in our regional science fair last year. This year I wanted to take this topic further to understand how carbon capture could be enhanced by reforestation and robotics. I am also interested in the impacts of ocean acidification as I live on the North Coast or BC in the heart of Ts’msyen unceded territory. My passions are STEM, coding robotics, plants, animation, and basketball. I want to pursue computer engineering at university and become a green energy entrepreneur one day.

Cameron Sawka

Carbon Capture: Combating Climate Change
Région:Pacific Northwest
Ville:Prince Rupert, BC
École:Prince Rupert Middle School
Sommaire:Atmospheric carbon dioxide is the leading factor in global warming. My scientific inquiry explores the molecular structure of carbon dioxide, its properties, and how it is contributing to ocean acidification and climate change. My study examines the most effective methods of carbon capture and I conducted ocean acidification experiments on mollusk shells. My innovation was to build a carbon capture robot that assists in reforestation.