An educational adventure with Minecraft Education
Welcome to Planet Rescuers, a unique and fascinating video game about energy and sustainability in Minecraft: Education.
This educational tool is aimed at students aged 8 to 14.
This educational adventure is available for free to public and private schools and institutions in the world of education.
Planet Rescuers is available in English, Spanish, German, French and Danish.
This project is the result of a collaboration between Siemens Gamesa, a global leader in the renewable energy sector, and Possible Lab, a company dedicated to innovation in learning and social change.
Along this fascinating adventure through 8 different scenarios, students will learn:
- What energy is
- The role of forests in the fight against global warming
- What the Paris Agreement is
- The different forms of renewable energy production
- How to use energy responsibly and efficiently on a daily basis
- How to build a wind turbine
- How to produce green hydrogen
- How to code
The purpose of Planet Rescuers is to engage new generations in the STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) through the popular Minecraft universe. On their journey, players will discover the complex and exciting path towards a sustainable society.
Find out what’s coming up for you in this great adventure!
City of energy
Go through the selection process to start this incredible adventure
Contribute to the preservation and fight against the overexploitation of resources
Dive into the mine to discover the latest research advances
Build and upgrade renewable energy systems: wind, hydro and photovoltaic
Back to the future
Participate in the construction of wind turbines by following the steps of the construction process
Develop an efficient system of energy supply and consumption in the village
Find out how this gas is produced, transported, and how it can be used
Thanks to our hard work, a lot has changed, but there is still a lot to do to take care of our planet
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