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UBC researchers develop climate change video game for classroom use

CBC.ca Saturday, 12 January 2019
UBC researchers develop climate change video game for classroom useA team of UBC researchers is creating a video game where Vancouver students experience the impact of their choices on climate change in a virtual reality setting. They hope to introduce the game into classrooms this fall.
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