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Snakes & Ladders

INSTRUCCIONES Los jugadores comienzan con una ficha —que representa a cada uno de ellos— en el casillero inicial y se turnan para lanzar el dado. Las fichas se mueven según la numeración del tablero, en sentido ascendente. Si al finalizar un movimiento un jugador cae en un casillero en donde comienza una escalera, sube por ella hasta el casillero donde ésta termina. Si, por el contrario, cae en uno en donde comienza la cola de una serpiente, desciende por ésta hasta el casillero donde finaliza su cabeza. Si un jugador obtiene un 6 podrá mover dos veces en un solo turno. Si un jugador obtiene tres 6 consecutivos, deberá regresar al casillero inicial y no podrá mover su ficha hasta obtener nuevamente un 6. El jugador que logra llegar al casillero final es el ganador. Existe una variación en la que el jugador, estando a seis o menos casilleros del final, debe obtener exactamente el número que le falta para llegar a éste y si el número obtenido supera al número de casilleros restante, el jugador no podrá moverse. ESCALERA SERPIENTESi el jugador cae en el pie de una escalera, asciende a la casilla superior donde termina la escalera.Si el jugador cae en una casilla donde comienza la cola de una serpiente, desciende hasta una casilla inferior donde se sitúa la cabeza.

What is climate change?

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  • Is climate change the same thing as global warming?

What happens if the world heats up more drastically, let's say, 4°C?

What is being affected by climate change?

How often do you think about climate change?

Has climate change affected the country in which you live?

How do we know global warming is real?

How do you feel about climate change?

What do you think the world’s climate will be like 50 years from now?

How do you explain climate change to someone who knows nothing about it?

Which industries need to become cleaner and greener?

Do you think there will be climate change refugees in the future?

  • Is climate change the worst thing ever to happen to humankind?

  • Can the world reverse climate change?

Do you think there are lessons to learn from nature?

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What are the main threats of climate change?

How often is garbage collected in your neighbourhood?

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What are some ways that you can reduce pollution in this country?

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Wasting less food is a way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions?

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Which country currently emits the most greenhouse gases?

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Why is the Earth warming?

When do we celebrate Earth Day?

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