In a first for the state of Washington, students at Whitman Middle School are learning about global climate change today through a unique partnership. The program, developed by Colorado-based engineering firm MWH, was launched last year and has been rolled out to handful of school nationwide, including ones in Colorado, California and Georgia. The kids are going through a day-long program teaching them about climate change and what they can do about it. While Whitman is the first school in our state to offer the program, other schools plan to follow in the future.
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