THE Quezon City Government through its Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability Department (CCESD) has announced the three overall champions of the Quezon City C40 Minecraft Challenge.
The competition, a collaboration between C40 Cities, Minecraft Education, and the Quezon City local government, invited K-12 public and private school students to design climate solutions for their city using Minecraft Education.
C40 Cities is a global network of nearly 100 mayors united in action to confront climate crisis.
Through Minecraft Education, Quezon City students become more creative, collaborative and problem-solvers in an immersive digital environment. CONTRIBUTED IMAGE
The Quezon City C40 Minecraft Challenge builds on C40 Cities’ Reinventing Cities initiative to stimulate sustainable development, and Minecraft Education’s platform, ultimately aiming to empower students to create a more sustainable future for Quezon City.
Minecraft Education is a game-based learning platform being implemented in the Philippines by the Department of Education (DepEd), private schools and Microsoft Philippines. It aims to implement game-based learning and inspire more creativity and inclusive learning through play in classrooms.
For the competition, public and…
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