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The 'Fate of the World' Will Soon Be in Your Hands #Virtually Speaking# - NYTimes.Com

World  (tags: climate, climate change, video game, 'Fate of the World', interesting )

- 3043 days ago -
Suppose the political debate about climate change disappeared. Suppose the entrenched business interests succumbed. Now suppose that governments vowed to beat climate change in the next 100 years and gave a global organization complete power to do it...


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Jeannette A (137)
Tuesday November 16, 2010, 10:26 pm
Fascinating... this game seems to not only explain our world's climate problems in understandable terms but also gives people the ability to imagine solving them. In other words, humans are problem-solving creatures and the first step to solving a problem is to understand it as completely as possible. The second step is to imagine different solutions, try out different scenarios, and make adjustments. It may be a game but it could lead people into taking real action.

Jae A (316)
Tuesday November 16, 2010, 10:32 pm
Sounds like a great way of educating people,especially the younger who play a lot of video games. Many adults would play it also no doubt but the younger could learn and begin to speak up also.
Good read.

Nuke P (4)
Wednesday November 17, 2010, 3:29 am
thanks for sharing :)

Mary C (148)
Wednesday November 17, 2010, 6:27 pm
I know...Robb and I are interested in playing this when it comes out---he apparently got to see the trailer for it on C2 in a cause article a whle back and he said it looked pretty cool...
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