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Interactive game teaching climate science targets younger audiences

China Daily | Updated: 2017-11-15 07:12

CANBERRA - Australian researchers have developed an interactive game to teach children about climate science. The team from Australian National University created CO2peration to teach children aged between 12 and 14 about the impact of climate change.

Inez Harker-Schuch, the project leader, says most Australians were not taught about climate science until they reached the age of 16, which is too late.

She says that 12 was the perfect age because of developmental change that typically occurs at that age.

Interactive game teaching climate science targets younger audiences

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