Have fun and learn something about the environment and climate at the same time: this is possible with many games available on the internet. Many are aimed explicitly at children and young people - but adults can certainly learn a lot too! We present a selection for you.
Alone or in a team, via smartphone, tablet or PC, when homeschooling or with friends, classmates and the whole family: anyone who tests their knowledge of climate change, Smart Energy Future or renewable energies with the KlimaQuiz has a chance to help the Titanians. The KlimaQuiz.NRW was created by the EnergyAgency.NRW on behalf of the NRW Ministry of Economic Affairs in cooperation with students from Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences and the Centre for Innovative Energy Systems ZIES. Click here to play.
24 experiments on the topics of sun, wind, hydropower and biomass can enable children from pre-school to primary school age to better understand the topic of energy. The EnergyAgency.NRW game introduces them to the four renewable energy sources in a playful way and allows them to experiment and try things out. Game cards and instructions can be downloaded here. You can document your experiments and share them with others using the hashtag #KlimaWOW.
Ökotopia is an online training game by Denkstatt GmbH for young people, pupils and students. They can enter a utopian world on the internet: In Ökotopia there is individual emissions trading - i.e. every product and service must be paid for in both conventional currency and emissions certificates. You can perform various tasks in Ökotopia and learn how climate-effective everyday decisions are. Click here to get to the game.
In the Klimatopia quiz at Osnabrück Zoo, children of different age groups can test their knowledge. There are different levels of difficulty. Click here to go to the quiz.
In the Nabu quiz on climate, children can test their knowledge on the topics of greenhouse gases, sustainability, the environment and resources. More...
Insect hotels come in different sizes, shapes and variations. They are suitable for the garden, but also for your balcony. You can build a shelter for insects with very simple materials. A great activity for the whole family. Nabu shows you how to do it. Click here for instructions.