Changing the Game from Cape to Cape

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 way, talked to a lot of people and looked at several renewable energy facilities on his two-wheel-journey to the very south of Africa. Read more by following the Cape to Cape link above or on his facebook page (look for Cape to Cape 2012).

School version of CtG now played by more than 4,000 students

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 created their own energy future using LEGO bricks. The Danish School service intends to keep offering this educational session due to the very positive feedback it has recieved from teachers and pupils alike.