The Dungeons & Dragons of climate change can move people to take action


Reports about climate change urge people to take actions. Yet citizens who feel disempowered fail to move from apathy to action.

To fix the situation, nonprofit organization Climate Interactive developed a game called the World Climate Simulation in which participants play delegates at international climate change negotiations.

Climate Interactive observed that throughout the game participants' understanding of climate change deepened and they became emotionally engaged in the issue.

You can read the whole story on The Conversation.

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