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The Climate Action Simulation

  • Background. We describe and provide an initial evaluation of the Climate Action Simulation, a simulation-based role playing game that enables participants to learn for themselves about the response of the climate-energy system to potential policies and actions. Participants gain an understanding of the scale and urgency of climate action, the impact of different policies and actions, and the dynamics and interactions of different policy choices. Intervention. The Climate Action Simulation combines an interactive computer model, En-ROADS, with a role play in which participants make decisions about energy and climate policy. They learn about the dynamics of the climate and energy systems as they discover how En-ROADS responds to their own climate-energy decisions. Methods. We evaluated learning outcomes from the Climate Action Simulation using pre- and post-simulation surveys as well as a focus group. Results. Analysis of survey results showed that the Climate Action Simulation increases participants’ knowledge about the scale of emissions reductions and policies and actions needed to address climate change. Their personal and emotional engagement with climate change also grew. Focus group participants were overwhelmingly positive about the Climate Action Simulation, saying it left them feeling empowered to make a positive difference in addressing the climate challenge.

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Author of HS ReutlingenKapmeier, Florian
URN:urn:nbn:de:bsz:rt2-opus4-27569
DOI:https://doi.org/10.1177%2F1046878119890643
ISSN:0037-5500
eISSN:1552-826X
Erschienen in:Simulation & gaming : an international journal of theory, practice and research
Publisher:Sage
Place of publication:London
Document Type:Article
Language:English
Year of Publication:2020
Tag:climate change; energy; experiential learning; games for change; role-play; simulation
Volume:51
Issue:2
Page Number:27
First Page:114
Last Page:140
DDC classes:650 Management
Open Access?:Ja
Licence (German):License Logo  Creative Commons - CC BY-NC - Namensnennung - Nicht kommerziell 4.0 International