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Climate Fresk X Ling Liang Church E Wun Secondary School

On July 3, 2024, CarbonCare InnoLab organized a talk on “Using Innovative Solutions to Address Climate Change" and a "Climate Fresk Puzzle Game" for the students of Ling Liang Church E Wun Secondary School so that they could learn more about innovative solutions and the complex impacts of climate change through interesting sharing and card games.

The event was divided into two parts. The first part was a talk on "Using Innovative Solutions to Address Climate Change." Kylie Lai, Senior Programme Officer of CarbonCare InnoLab, gave a brief introduction to the main work of our team and focused on explaining the core objective of CarbonCare InnoLab: climate justice, why we need to look into the causes of climate justice, and its significance. Secondly, the talk introduced how the two ongoing projects of CarbonCare InnoLab are addressing climate change, such as the SolarCare Programme and the Solar Future Challenge, which increased students' understanding of renewable energy outside the classroom. For example, students learned that solar energy needs to be converted from direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC) before it can be used, and they also learned about the huge energy and economic benefits of installing solar panels. The students said that this was the first time they had a deep understanding of the important role of renewable energy in combating climate change.

The second part of the program was the "Climate Fresk Puzzle Game." Introduced by France, the "Climate Fresk Puzzle Game" was a fun way to understand how human behavior contributes to the climate crisis. As a major crisis facing human beings, the concepts and knowledge involved in climate change are very complicated. In each round of the game, we will assign a set of cards describing the causes and effects of climate change for students to sort. With the addition of a different set of cards for each round of the game, students will need to think carefully about the cause-and-effect relationships of the concepts on the different cards. Students can learn about various concepts in a meaningful way as they can understand the concepts through the written explanations on the back of the cards during the process.

The students were very attentive to this activity, and many of them answered the questions enthusiastically. From the talk and the card game, they learned that human activities have caused the severe problem of climate change, and we are the ones who will suffer the consequences of climate change in the end. This reminds the students to choose a low-carbon lifestyle in their lives and to minimize carbon emissions and the impact on nature through their own efforts.

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