Do you believe that Cambodia is a match for US or UK? Through the Carbon Trading Game held on 29th November 2011, students in Ma Ko Pan Secondary School showed how countries can reserve their economic competitiveness by setting aside their natural material, manipulating the price of the carbon offsets, trading them in the system of carbon trading.
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The Jane Goodall Institute in Hong Kong kicked the school year off with a bang with a Roots & Shoots Asia Pacific Youth Summit on 30th August 2010 at Renaissance College. To help connect students with Hong Kong NGOs there was an Eco Expo during the lunch break.
With a little help from Jeany Wu and Xavier Keung, students at Li Po Chun United world College of Hong Kong, we ran a Carbon Trading Game in Cantonese for a group of 10-11 year old students at Sai Kung Central Lee Siu Yam Memorial School (LSY). The game was characterized by a real spirit of cooperation between the countries, so that much-needed resources were relatively freely shared. (If only the world operated in such a generous-spirited manner!)
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