Celebrate COP23 with us and join us on Tuesday (14th of November, 2017) in our special game sessions dedicated to climate change and democracy!
The New Shores game is an online multiplayer simulation that places you on a remote island. Decide on the best way of using the island’s common resources. Choose between private wealth and community development. Create agreements and impose penalties on unwilling parties. Convince others that you are right or take a backseat and let the world turn around by itself. What will be the consequences?
Register for New Shores game session and see for yourself!
COP (Conference of Parties) annual conference was set in place to review adoption of the UN Framework on Climate Change (UNFCCC) as far back as in the 1994 year. The COP21 in Paris proved to be a milestone when all 196 members of the UNFCCC agreed to common legally binding global climate target – to cap climate change well below two degrees of warming.
This year COP23, presided by Fiji and hosted in Bonn, Germany, is a great opportunity to take a look back at what we were able to achieve throughout more than 20 years of work. But more than that, it is a chance to reflect on what we can do in the future.
Let’s do it together!
Register for one of the open sessions on Tuesday (14th of November, 2017) for the New Shores game and share your thoughts and experience with us!