Demo of Simulation Game ‘Climate-Neutral City’
The Goethe-Institut is bringing a Simulation Game entitled ‘Climate-Neutral City’ to secondary schools in Ireland. In this game, students take on the roles of various interest groups in the fictitious city of Fonta, and discuss and negotiate how they can reduce the CO2 emissions of their city by 50% by 2030. After the actual simulation, they create a three-minute video in German in which they present the measures to the fictitious city parliament that the city should implement.
Come by for an introduction to this Climate-Neutral Simulation Game. Regardless of whether you are a teacher of German or a student, visitors of all ages are invited to find out more about this innovative project.
This event is part of the European Culture Trail – a EUNIC Ireland (European Union National Institutes for Culture) initiative in cooperation with the European Commission Representation in Ireland.
Immerse yourself in the diversity of European languages and cultures on the European Culture Trail, where delights from different European countries await you.
LIST OF PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS
European Commission (Europe House)
French Embassy @ National Gallery of Ireland
Istituto Italiano di Cultura
Embassy of Luxembourg in Dublin
Embassy of the Republic of Malta
Embassy of Portugal
Embassy of Romania to Ireland
Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia
Instituto Cervantes Dublin
For those visiting European Culture Trail events in person, you are invited to download our “European Culture Trail Treasure Hunt” passport here – https://rb.gy/k871x – and collect stamps or signatures at each stop. The passports with the most stamps at the end of the night will be entered into a raffle for the chance to win some wonderful prizes.