I see you talking but I can't hear you.
Again I can see you talking but I can't hear you
I don't hear you again
Hi Juliette! I'm here and will go on video shortly :)
Hi there! Checking in from New Mexico - Christina Procter here from nonprofit New Energy Economy.
Juliette's voice is much softer than all the others. Can she increase her volume?
For those who are not talking, can you mute your mic? Getting lots of background noise and moving around sounds.
Can Juliette speak up?
no, my volume is on max
is this better?
I can hear you...
everyone but Juliette is loud & clear
Use the phone if there's a problem with the computer is my suggestion
A bunch of C-ROAD and related sims are in CLEAN http://cleanet.org/clean/educational_resources/index.html?search_text=c-roads+simulation&Search=search
Please mute your phones
Can people PLEASE mute your phones!!
Hi person typing - we can hear you type!
Is it possible to mute everyone?
It's really annoying.
We ar egood!
Can you expand that set of graphs Juliette?
Can you expand the graphic? I can't see :(
Great presentations from all the nations so far... thanks for representing!
You are asking the un-developed work to continue to be exploited, continuing to sacrifice our lives and future generations-- the most vulnerable people in the world, ignoring our rights and needs
75 Billion just pledged by the Developed Bloc
Since developed nations have taken fossil fuels from developing, perhaps that 75 billion goes toward wind, water, and solar energy to develop renewables evenly throughout the globe?
How much is enough?
We need an investment of a trillion dollars over the next decade to leap-frog the fossil fuel industrialization
make the window bigger if possible?
This is neat!
US GDP is $17 trillion, so $1 trillion over a decade is in the noise
the link works great. Thanks, Phyllis
I love it! Mark for negotiator :D
3.5% / year
where does that get us?
Can the switch to renewables and even export of wind/water/solar energy from coast-lines and countries near equator jumpstart those struggling economies, therefore making the committment to CO2 reduction advantageous to developing world?
Logistics ? Does only the facilitator plug in decisions to pull up impact graphs?
My question: my take-home might be, "Gosh this is hard!" but is there a good way to get students to play it and think, "Wow, this is possible?"
Hi Joe! We're just finishing up.
I've been looking for a version of this en Español ... will be lecturing in Costa Rica in July ... is a version available? Link?
If people are interested in using the game do they purchase access? What links should we use if we want to plug this to others?
to spanish version?
Thanks so much! Awesome game + presentation
Thanks Brian and everyone else!
No purchase is necessary - all free