6 March 2013
19:00 - 21:00
Can favourite games from your childhood inspire you to act and help combat climate change?
Does learning about energy use and resource efficiency through playing games make you more likely to live a low-carbon lifestyle?
Join us for an evening of fun in Climate Week...
Become a human games piece on the giant eco snakes and ladders board.
Or, test your eco driving skills on a simulator that pits you against other drivers. Who will be crowned the most efficient motorist of the evening?
If bingo is more your thing, how about getting your ‘eyes down’ for a game of that old favourite, but with an environmental twist.
Become mayor of a town and make decisions that will affect the inhabitants for years to come. Or unleash your inner creativity and re-imagine everyday objects.
Experts will be on hand to discuss all thing eco and environmental, and the science behind using fun and games to help combat climate change.
This event is part of the Climate Changing programme, which is supported by:
Principal sponsors Shell and Siemens
Major sponsor Bank of America Merrill Lynch and major funder The Garfield Weston Foundation
With additional support from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, the Patrons of the Science Museum and members of the Founders Circle: Climate Changing programme.
To find out about more thought-provoking events look out for the latest listings: www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/climatechanging