Starting from September, the Latvian Fund for Nature offers the geocaching series “ClimateQuest” in various places of Latvia to explain climate change and its consequences.
People in 8 European countries were asked. The results of two recent studies have been merged to give an insight into the extent to which scientists' findings and people's opinions overlap.
Fundamental issues of climate change were highlighted by 40 young people in a fantastic dance performance. Young ambassadors from 8 European countries were invited to Climate Camp Solingen, and at the end of the week, they organized three street actions related to climate change. The event was closed with a joint dance to raise awareness of biodiversity with the help of beetle-plate dancers.
The board game Terra Futura has been a huge success among players and visitors to one of the world’s biggest game fairs, Spiel’21, in Essen, Germany. The game was created as part of a collaborative international project ‘Game On’ with the Czech game company Albi. Terra Futura takes players into the future, where they build cities and strive to achieve the greatest possible balance between production and sustainability. The ‘Game On’ project aims to positively motivate and encourage young people to engage in activities aimed at tackling climate change. The project uses gamification to understand the global context and impacts of climate change on people’s lives and planetary ecosystems.
A new sustainability tracking application is going to be launched on World Biodiversity Day as part of an awareness-raising project aimed at young people in 8 European Countries. The goal of the Climate Game application is to reduce the carbon footprint of users to below 3 tonnes of Co2 per year.