This game aims to teach participants more about the climate and climate issues. Visitors can, for example, find out how “climate smart” they are. Chalmers University of Technology has developed a hands-on climate game where visitors assemble squares that symbolise carbon emissions in a shopping basket based on how they answer questions about their habits. The game has been used during Researchers’ Night events. Other similar games with a climate theme can of course be developed.
Target group: Suitable for most people.
Preparations: Find people to run the game and decide on a venue and time. Organise the necessary materials. Market the activity.
Challenges: Getting people to stop and play.
Benefits: A simple and attractive way to provide information about a highly topical and socially relevant topic.