On February 13, it was reported that millions of people around the world would share their views on climate action through a United Nations campaign launched today aimed at linking them to governments and policymakers.
This is called Educate people about climate policy and allow them to vote on possible solutions.
The campaign was launched by the United Nations Development Programme with experts in game development, climate science and public voting 。 It is hoped that the game will bridge the differences between citizens and governments on climate action.
It is reported that,
The poll, known as the world's largest climate change poll, aims to give 20 million people a chance to comment. A poll conducted before the 2015 climate change conference in Paris surveyed 10000 people in 76 countries.
Players will play the role of climate policy makers who will make decisions to achieve the 1.5 ℃ goal。 They will then vote on the key climate action they want to adopt, and the results will be submitted to governments after an analysis of the data.
United Nations Development Programme climate change adviser Casey