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It’s been a long time coming. The CtG baseline data is based on values from 2005, and on projections made before 2009. A lot has happened in the world since then, Changing the Game is due for an update! With … Continue reading
Our friends at artefact in Germany have worked hard to translate CtG in to German. For a year now, a version has been in circulation and is still with increasing circulation. How does it circulate? The amazing thing is that … Continue reading
In the middle of May 2013 the student organisation INORE (the International Network on Offshore Renewable Energy, inore.org) held its 7th Annual Symposium at the Adventure Park of Pembroke Dock (Wales, UK). It was a week-long residential experience for 60 researchers involved … Continue reading
Gijs Stevers from the Netherlands got involved with CtG while staying in Denmark, and chose to bring it with him when biking from Cape to Cape covering about 22,000 km on an electric bike. Gijs has hosted many CtG-sessions on his … Continue reading
The short version of CtG developed in collaboration between Energy Crossroads and the Danish School service called Energi2030 has been a two hour educational session offered to all Danish high schools. At the end of 2012 more than 4,000 pupils have … Continue reading
For the third time in a row CtG was used to teach Master students at Copenhagen University LIFE about energy systems. 50 students participated.
A group of students snd enthusiasts in Lisbon has found together to hold a seminar discussing energy systems and Europe’s future over a session of Changing the Game. Energy Crossroads Denmark supported the event by sending game materials, including Lego … Continue reading