A crash course in changing the world.
Try to expand your member base to different parts of the world.
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for the next 10 years im going to eat more heathy and less pizza mabby im going to eat rice and apples
Added by Devin Grigg on May 12, 2010 at 6:49pm — No Comments
I believe we should focus on the politics and the governments around the world, to have youth understood how it works and how we can contribute to make it better.Continue
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I kind of liked it, I did it for a class so I was not interacting and discussing it with friends away from the game. Making it open to the public and getting others involved could lead to more real world involvement and solutions.
Added by Maria Sylvester on April 23, 2014 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Try living for a week on $2 a day.
There are people all over the world who live on less than this aount of money each week. People can learn how to live on this small amount, they can learn how to either save or budget their money. $10 a week, if you can survive on that for a week than you can definatly carry these habits into your everyday life.
Added by Jabarie Myers on April 30, 2010 at 1:47pm — No Comments
In season 2 - I would suggest to promote some real actions that occured from season 1 (Learn); encourage engagement to these activities with season 2 participants (through Act), and continue (Imagine) to get additional entrepeneul efforts initiated.
The key is to actually create action from this game, with global partners.
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One social issue that was not discussed directly in Urgent Evoke was climate change. Although many of the issues were interrelated to climate change, it was not directly tackled through Urgent Evoke. I think that this is an important issue that could be discussed.
It would be interesting to see what people would learn if climate change was a part of urgent evoke. Perhaps someone would even come up with a world-changing project to help solve the issue of climate change!
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