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The Siku Project

Machines to thicken the Arctic ice and support Indigenous people


An Inuit word for sea ice

Education - Primary Schools, Secondary Schools, Youth Groups, Clubs, Colleges and Universities

The next generation will be crucial in either fighting climate change or living with its consequences. Education is paramount in helping them make the right choices NOW!

What are we up to?

  • We are passionate about doing our bit to save the planet.
  • We are keen to inform and inspire children and young adults.
  • We want to get them interested in climate change prevention.
  • We need to pass the baton on to the younger generation to continue our efforts into the future.
Siku Project poster for kids

What can we offer?

  • We can come in and give talks/assemblies to educate and inspire your students about the damaging effects of climate change and what they can do to help.
  • You can use our project to stimulate creative writing, scientific enquiry, problem solving skills and multimedia skill projects.
  • We can help you set up public speaking/debate topics and judging.
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Undergraduate engineers from Bangor University building a prototype as part of their degree program.

How can you help?

  • You could join our broad volunteer/supporter network.
  • Your students could adopt an area of the project, eg. building a facebook presence, web design, prototype building, CAD/CAM projects.
  • You could develop Dissertation/PHD topics in areas such as; engineering, geography, economics, business and communications.
  • You could help us refine and promote our ideas about how best to engage children and young adults in the crucial process of reversing climate change.
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Kevie Gordon used the SIKU topic to inspire some brilliant sketches on the arctic indigenous people and wildlife.