Board game makes energy choices fun, informative
A new board game called Energy Choices created at Clarkson University is designed to help students do just that: make better energy choices. From cooking to commuting, the game helps educate the players on making the most energy efficient, economically viable and environmentally friendly decisions. Instead of going to jail, I guess you pay too much in carbon taxes. Players select a car and have to pay to fuel the car in the race to the end. The game is currently being used by New York middle school children but no word if its appeal will expand nationally.
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