When it comes to the necessity of policy changes to mitigate climate change, most agree that something should be done. But what can actually be achieved in policy changes, at national level, at continent, or on the other side of the globe?
How do your values and your energy needs influence long term energy policies? Can you balance you values with economic constraints and technical necessities? Are you a better politician? How does your local society and energy system taint your vision oh what should be done in other regions?Join a playful session in which we use two games (simulating Europe & south-east asia) to explore our options to overcome the gap between political ambition and reality to achieve our climate change targets.
* Changing the Game (CtG) Europe * An innovative educational energy game which use LEGO bricks to translate into visual representation how energy is used in Europe on business as usual (BAU).* Changing the Game Southeast Asia (CtG@SEA) * An exciting energy policy simulation in a board game format: players take the roles of Citizens, Governments, Businesses and NGOs to negotiate a more sustainable energy future in Southeast Asia. Energy Crossroads Denmark in collaboration with Climate-KIC Alumni Association Denmark wants to give you the opportunity to CHANGE THE GAME!
Changing The Game Workshop Program: 18.00-18.20 Registration 18.20-18.30 Welcome by CKAA & ECDK 18.30-18.45 Changing the Game Intro & Groups 18.45-19.15 Shape the Region’s Future Energy Landscape 19.15-19.30 Break with Sandwiches 19.30-20.15 Choose policies/technologies to be implemented 20.14-20.45 Choose the Energy source to power your region 20.45-21.00 Present your future energy scenario in Europe & Southeast Asia 21.00-21.30 Networking
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2017-10-02 18:15 2017-10-02 21:30 Europe/Copenhagen Energy Future – Play Europe & South-East Asia
Changing the Game is a serious game, designed to jointly explore ways of decarbonizing the energy sector using LEGO® blocks. Join a playful session in which we use two games (simulating Europe & south-east asia) to explore our options to achieve our climate change targets.Studenterhuset, Main Hall, 1st floor firstname.lastname@example.org