Marshawn Lynch heads back to the classroom for climate change

The Seahawks running back gets a high school science lesson, courtesy of Allbirds.

Seahawks legend Marshawn Lynch has already graduated high school, but there’s still a few things he has left to learn. 

Apparel company Allbirds put Lynch back in the classroom at his alma mater of Oakland Technical High School for a course on climate change. The humorous clip shows Lynch making clouds with liquid nitrogen, lighting methane gas aflame and teasing his fellow classmates along the way. 

Allbirds also teamed up with Lynch's Fam 1st Family Foundation and EARTHseed Farm, a  solar-powered organic farm in Sonoma County, Calif., to promote environmental education for Bay Area youth.