SNAPP: Gaming the Future:Designing video games that change the way people think about climate change

Principal Investigators:

Joshua J. Lawler

Climate change is already having profound effects on people and the ecosystems on which they depend (IPCC 2014). As climates continue to change, many impacts will grow. Climate change will continue to affect food and water security, biodiversity, and human health. Despite the importance and urgency of the problem, there is still little consensus in the U.S. and many other countries on what degree of action is required. Although there have been some successes, there has been much unsuccessful communication about climate change (Boykoff 2011,... more

Participants and Meetings

Working Group Participants
ActivityDatesFurther Information
Working Group11th—13th May 2015Participant List  

Participant Contact Information

Maxwell Boykoffboykoff@colorado.eduUniversity of Colorado, Boulder
Bruce Caronbruce@tnms.orgNew Media Research Institute
Martin Colliermartin@glaserprogress.orgGlaser Progress Foundation
Abigail Evansabievans@uw.eduUniversity of Washington
Dargan Friersondargan@uw.eduUniversity of Washington
Alan Gershenfeldag@elinemedia.comE-Line Media
Theresa Horstmanthorst@uw.eduUniversity of Washington
Kylee A. Entertainment
Joshua J. Lawlerjlawler@u.washington.eduUniversity of Washington
Debra Liebermandebra.lieberman@ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Nalini Mohannmohan@wcs.orgWildlife Conservation Society
Grant K. Robertsgroberts@elinemedia.comE-Line Media
Eric W. Sandersonesanderson@wcs.orgWildlife Conservation Society
Richard D.
Emily Treatemily@gamesforchange.orgGames For Change

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"SNAPP: Gaming the Future:Designing video games that change the way people think about climate change" is project ID: 12697