On the strength of the considerable enthusiasm and curiosity that developed out of active participation in the opening event of the Future Lab on 29 October 2019, the second year middle school pupils of Andalo, under the guidance of their teacher, Rossella Del Franco, worked on a project on the theme of climate change during their weekly science lessons.

The students analysed the data published by the NOAA (the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, a US federal agency involved in oceanography and meteorology) on climate change and its economic consequences on a global level.
The project then proceeded with further investigation of local data using the statistics published on the Meteo Trentino website and data extrapolated from the annual statistical reports of the PAT (Autonomous Province of Trentino). The pupils created tables of readings for temperature, rainfall, and snowfall recorded by the Cima Paganella weather station over recent years, and drew up graphs that highlighted an increase in temperature, especially minimum values, and extreme phenomena. Important observations emerged that enhanced the research work of the Future Lab team.