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Climate survey – closed on 31 March 2014

We are no longer accepting results for the OPAL Climate Survey but you can still study climate using the resources below. Experts are now analysing your results and they will be published shortly. 

Learn more about climate and how we affect it

Record the wind around us by blowing bubbles. Photo (c) WeAreTAPE

With our climate resources you can investigate ways in which we affect the climate and how the climate may affect us.

How to take part

Step 1: Download the instructions and guides below.

Want to make your own bubble blower? Watch our video to find out how.

Step 2: Find a suitable space to carry out the survey and record your findings in the workbook.


We are no longer accepting results for the OPAL climate survey.


View the results so far


Do you have any questions about the survey?
Check out our survey FAQs.

Downloads – what you need to get involved

Background information and recording sheet
  Field guide:
Introduction and
full instructions
  Cloud chart:
A photo guide to
common cloud types


You may download these documents for use in the context of the OPAL project only. All other rights are reserved.



How hot are you feeling?

Take a few moments to complete our thermal comfort activity and help us learn more about how we could be adapting to our climate.

This is activity 4 of the climate survey but can be completed separately.


Climate games, activities and more

Add your weather photos to our gallery, get your climate change questions answered, take part in our climate quiz, and much more.


The OPAL climate survey was run by the Met Office.