November is that time of the year when the adverse effects of human activities on the air quality is evidently felt and witnessed by everyone, especially in the National Capital Region. To raise awareness around climate change and its after-effects, an inter-house graffiti competition was organised which was titled ‘Fact, Impact, ACT: A Campaign for Climate Change’. Within their houses, students of Grades 3 to 5 were divided into teams of 8-10 members who collaboratively created graffities on the given topic. To build the house spirit as well as to maintain a level of fair competition, each house was restricted to the use of only two colours – black and their house colour. The teams were seen actively collaborating, planning and delegating while working on their graffities. Each team’s outcome was breathtakingly beautiful as well as hard-hitting at the same time. The students had covered various aspects of climate change ranging from melting of polar ice caps to overuse of resources. We came across thought provoking slogans like ‘The world is changing, but we are not’ and ‘There’s no Planet B’. Quite coincidentally, this event was organised around the World Climate Action Day, which is celebrated on 3rd of November. In the end, it was quite a tough run for all the houses to become the final winner. With a narrow margin of points Fire House was first; Earth was second and Water a close third.