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Concrete2Cookers Game

Concrete2Cookers Game

Fromconcrete2cookers is an exciting game which encourages you to explore the school environment and spot ways of reducing the school’s carbon emissions.

You will make decisions based on knowledge gained in the course of the game and your available budget, which increases as you answer questions correctly.

Concrete2Cookers Game

Concrete2Cookers Game

The aim of the game is to reduce the school’s emissions by 65%.

You have 18 rooms to visit, 22 posters to find and must try to change 8 things about the school. Along the way you can also gain bonus points playing football and basketball.

GOOD LUCK !

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To start right now, click on Activate X-Ray Goggles and change this page.

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