Video games harm the environment. A climate researcher wants to fix that.
Inside Pakistan's flood zone shows who was hurt most AfterClimate provides multiple service packages based on developers' decarbonization goals.
The bulk of new PC and mobile games come from smaller teams rather than Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, Tencent, etc.
Paper House, a Melbourne-based company, is producing "Wood & Weather"
Abraham wants to utilise AfterClimate to push for greater, systemic reforms in the gaming industry and beyond.
Waiting is something the video game business can't afford to do. Abraham has seen creators make climate change games without doing what they preach.
We may waste a lot of time doing these things when we should be lowering the millions of tonnes of CO2 games produce every year, not trying to convince gamers to live more green.
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