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I came across this interesting project last week where students in Preston are using 'Minecraft' to learn about climate change, the environment and wellbeing, and flooding.

https://www.nme.com/news/gaming-news/minecraft-climate-change-project-is-teaching-young-people-about-flooding-3197749

Are you aware of other, easy-to-use tools that can help us better engage the community in the climate debate? 

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Thanks Michael - yes I saw this too and was impressed by it. I am a trustee at Slow The Flow and have sent on to our education trustees to see if we can do something similar!

STF is soon to launch a curriculum-aligned set of materials to do with NFM for our local schools in Calderdale - if that's a success we will look into rolling out for wider use, I'll post here if that happens. In the meantime, a lot of the info on our website is accessible, engaging, and freely downloadable (with credit please). Flooding / NFM and SuDS specific, rather than climate change generally though: https://slowtheflow.net/introduction-to-natural-flood-management/, https://slowtheflow.net/you-can-slow-the-flow/

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