The Tel-Aviv University I-CHANGE Team and the Bloomfield Science Museum of Jerusalem aim at involving the community for Jerusalem Living Labs in a mutual way.
The community members will collect data that will be the basis for future scientific studies. In return, the community will be exposed to the technology of the used devices, to the scientific background given by the scientists’ project and to the crucial effect of climate changes on the future of Planet Earth in the context of the unique Jerusalem*.
The communities involved are:
- Junior-High students (as a pilot that will be followed by High-School and university students), their families and friends.
- Curious, interested and involved members of various neighborhoods within Jerusalem through Community Centers.
* Alpert, P. (1991). The Uniqueness of the Jerusalem Climate. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 72(2), 228-231. http://www.jstor.org/stable/26228161