Participatory games are a novel way to engage people in discussions around complex problems. Researchers at CSAG have been working with the Red Cross / Red Crescent Climate Centre to develop a game exploring the ethics of climate services. A news article on the Climate Centre website documents the experience of running this game at a recent British Council workshop in Cape Town. CSAG are involved in developing more games to help communicate climate change issues through experiential learning, so watch this space!
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