Globe Agreement Nasa
Professor Simona Kustec, Minister of Education, Science and Sport, and U.S. Ambassador Lynda Blanchard signed an agreement on Slovenia`s inclusion in the GLOBE program on Thursday (December 3rd), inviting a new generation of students to join this successful international community of amateur scientists in the GLOBE program. GLOBE is sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) with support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Department of State. At the international level, the globe is implemented by agreements between governments with each partner of the country responsible for activities in the country. As THE leading agency of GLOBE in the United States, NASA is primarily responsible for managing government agreements and management of the GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO) and the data and information systems that support global implementation. Simona Kustec, Minister of Education, Science and Sport, and U.S. Ambassador Lynda Blanchard signed an agreement on Thursday | The program is managed by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) in Boulder, Colorado, and NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the National Science Foundation by an inter-institutional agreement signed in 1998.  The U.S. State Department supports the work of the GLOBE program internationally (see z.B the agreement with Mexico); Many other organizations support the GLOBE program in the United States and around the world.
Mission: to promote science teaching and learning, improve environmental skills and responsibilities, and promote scientific discovery. The programme in Slovenia is managed by the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport, while the Centre for School and Outdoor Education is responsible for its implementation. The active participation and contribution of several members of the GLOBE community is crucial to GLOBE`s continued success. This participation is obtained by the Common Element Working Groups (400,000,000,000,000,000,000,000) and the U.S. Partners Forum. To date, more than ten thousand teachers from around the world have participated in the GLOBE program, which has developed the skills of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (MINT) students, have encouraged environmental awareness and regional and international links with practical and interdisciplinary activities to gather and exchange scientific information. Since 1995, more than 190 million students who have participated in the GLOBE program have contributed more than 190 million measurements to the GLOBE database, which will be used in research and scientific research projects. Ambassador Blanchard welcomed Slovenia to the programme. “As we continue our fight against Covid-19, we are every day aware of the immense value of scientific research and cooperation. This is the best time to strengthen our close scientific ties and welcome Slovenia to this growing global community.
This program will expand our collaboration for the youngest scientists in our communities and enrich the learning experience of each student, knowing that it is part of a larger and more retractable global community. Because of the epidemic, the ceremony took place in practice.