Contest: Enter Your Carbon Footprint Game in Ontario’s “Climate Change Game Jam”

Ever want to design a game?  Enter your awesome climate-footprint game in the upcoming “Climate Change Game Jam.”

Make saving the planet fun!

The event takes place March 18 and 19, and is sponsored by the provincial government of Ontario, Canada.

In this YouTube introduction, organizer Scott Nicholson, director of the Game Design & Development Program at Wilfrid Laurier University in Brantford, Ontario explains…

For more information, here is their contest information and how to enter your game.

Thanks go out to Dan Burke of Silicon Valley, California for turning us onto this cool idea… Dan is a full-stack software engineer and recent graduate of the HackReactor bootcamp.

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Want to start saving the planet?  Start by deeply knowing your own sources of personal power:  1) To save the planet, Change Yourself First; 2) To save the planet, Invest Your Working Life; 3) To save the planet, Use Your Voice and take advocacy seriously!  Never miss a chance to vote, and never stop influencing your government and businesses locally, at the state level, and at the national level.  Lead the way with global warming solutions.

And in all cases and at all times, cast aside the learned-helplessness that infects so much of modern life… the time is now for climate change solutions. 

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