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A resource which might be suitable for both primary and secondary students is
Visualising the Climate Change Crisis Competition
As part of Maths Week, AMSP has created a data visualisation competition. There are free resources that could be used with anyone from Years 5 to 13, which gets students thinking about different ways to represent data focusing on climate change. It includes details of a competition for students to create their own visualization – prizes include having their entry published on the MEI website and the Royal Society blog and the judging panel includes Clarissa Grandi of Artful Maths and Mona Chalabi, data editor at The Guardian US!