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Kids testing water quality as part of a science project in Wyoming. (Hagerty Ryan/USFWS)
Kids testing water quality as part of a science project in Wyoming. (Hagerty Ryan/USFWS)
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In states where the economy relies on fossil fuels, teaching children that humans are in part to blame for climate change can be a touchy subject.

But this year, for the first time, Wyoming kids learned about climate change using science standards specially adapted to Wyoming's energy friendly realities.

Wyoming Public Radio's Melodie Edwards (@MelodieEdwards3) reports.

This segment aired on May 29, 2017.

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