December 1, 2020
On November 25, 2020, as part of the Global Citizenship class, we had a very interesting and engaging Simulation Game on UN Climate Action Summit 2019. During the game, each of the students had assigned roles such as presidents or representatives of the Germany, Russia, USA, UK, China, France and Chairperson, where were presented country’s policies on climate change topic. The aim was to challenge states, regions, cities, companies, investors and citizens to step up action in the areas of the energy transition, climate finance and carbon pricing, industry transition, nature-based solutions, cities and local action, and resilience.
As a result, after hot debates between representatives, was built an Agreement on the Climate Protection Package by 2030. Thanks to this game, we learned a lot about climate change situation and combination of it to the economy and politics, also improved our oral and debating skills. It was a great game, even though it was online but very engaging and fun.