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The Clean Green Flying Machine

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Published on Oct 4, 2015

In this Climate Change Game Jam game, you can battle Black Carbon pollution one bulldozer at a time!

by Reed Spool, Hayden Higgins and Melanie Stegman for the Smithsonian's Climate Game Jam, October 2-4 2015.

Play the game here: http://tutor-amanda-76307.bitballoon....

Description:You are the Clean Green Flying Machine, a fearsome airborne apparatus for environmental restoration.
Businesses all over the world have outdated inventory, and their machinery still spews black carbon into the atmosphere. Not all of them can afford to upgrade, but many do not by choice. You were invented to fly around the world, locate noxious point-sources of pollution, and use your state-of-the-art Clean Green technology to retrofit machines so that they can do their jobs—without ruining the air. By limiting the black carbon each produces, we'll save the world one bulldozer at a time!
How to play:
Use your mouse to help the CGFM find those nasty red bulldozers. Move your mouse over one to greenify that polluter!
Every time you clean a bulldozer, the smoke will lessen a little bit. Clean 'em all up to save this beautiful town.
Black carbon is a serious problem, but we can do something about it!
In this video game, you are able to fly around and eliminate pollution by finding and retrofitting dirty machinery. But, as you might have noticed, there’s no such thing (yet!) as a Clean Green Flying Machine. Black carbon, commonly known as soot, is made up of the tiny waste particles left over from combustion, and it’s really bad for us.
Even if you can’t be a flying green machine, you can make a difference by supporting public campaigns to reduce black carbon pollution and other climate pollutants. Together, we can make a difference!
Play the game here: http://tutor-amanda-76307.bitballoon....

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