My 2050

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My 2050 is a user-friendly online simulation game, which allows you to try your hand at meeting tough carbon emission reduction targets for the UK while finding enough energy to power the economy until 2050. You have to choose between different technologies and policy options, from increasing solar power and reducing the use of coal, to asking the citizens to simply turn down the central heating in order to lead the UK to a sustainable future. In the end you can compare your own My2050 roadmap to the ones created by all of the other players.


Manipulate 14 different levels, each representing a different choice on the demand or the supply side in order to reduce carbon emissions to the 2050 target. The Simulation visualises how the world will look in 2050, according to the levels chosen for each lever.

Compare your choices with energy security indicators which show the demand and supply rate for fuel and electricity by 2050.

See your 2050 roadmap for the UK and compare it with the ones created by other users.


UK has taken a long-term goal to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by at least 20% by 2050 compared to 1990. My 2050 simulation game helps the public to choose and play through multiple pathways to achieve this target.

Target group


My 2050 is an intelligent and well-visualized simulation tool that helps to play through, visualize and better understand the hard choices and trade-offs that one faces when choosing a pathway to a low carbon economy by 2050.

Understanding of how different policy options and technologies help to lower carbon emissions.



Free for non-comercial purpose.

Number of players

1 player

Number of moderators

no moderator


15-30 minutes



Does not yet include cost calculation, that should be included in version 3.

Technical requirements

computer with web connection and Flash 8 or above

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