This game is for meteorologists. Today, more than ever, individuals, communities, policy-makers, governments need Climate Knowledge for Climate Action. Today, short-term and seasonal climate variability is being modified by human-induced climate change, which is increasing temperatures, altering weather patterns, and raising sea

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International Day of Happiness

This UN International Day of Happiness, it is exciting to see the world mobilizing on behalf of happiness. From government-wide programs to flash mob celebrations, it’s clear that the world has clued into well-being as a basic human right. Sounds good… but what kind of happiness are we talking about? This definition is not about simply seeking pleasure without meaning, nor is happiness just about getting more stuff. Yes, campaigns that focus our mind (and money) on temporary external fixes are everywhere – suggesting that to be accepted, respected and to belong, you need to own the next phone, toy or lipstick. But what if the happiness we seek is right here, right now, in our own hands, hearts, and in the habits we bring into daily life?

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Arcade St Patrick’s Day

This arcade game is dedicated to St. Patrick’s Day. Cheerful and colorful game for you! Celebrations concentrate on Irish themed parties, drinks and food. Many people get into the spirit by dressing in green clothing and eating green colored food. Irish clubs and pubs often hold parties or have special deals. Following the great potato famine in Ireland during the 18th century many Irish immigrated to the United States of America, bringing their traditions with them. Work for these immigrants was often very difficult to find. Factories and shops displayed signs reading “NINA” meaning No Irish Need Apply. The only jobs they could get were the civil service jobs that were dirty, dangerous or both — firefighters and police officers — jobs that no one else wanted. Both of these careers were considered undesirable due to low pay, few benefits, and poor working conditions.

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