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Online game teaches conservation, climate change

Applied Materials has launched an interactive online game, Bright Future, that teaches kids how to be climate change experts and about cutting-edge technology that can help in environmental conservation.
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Applied Materials has launched an interactive online game, Bright Future, that teaches kids how to be climate change experts and about cutting-edge technology that can help in environmental conservation. The game is hosted by The Tech Museum through the KidsCom.com website. The Bright Future (BF) Trivia Game challenges kids’ environmental knowledge with well-researched, age-appropriate, green trivia. Questions cover such topics as renewable energy, biodiversity, green careers and climate change.

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