In late September 2009, Cyclone Ketsana hit Southeast Asia, devastating the region. In the Phillippines, the average monthly rainfall fell in just six hours, causing flash floods, landslides, power outages and even oil spills. Total damages were estimated at well over $US200 million. This was the inspiration for four Phillippines students to make a game.
Cleaning water in an African village, inspiring people power in the streets, combating disease-carrying mosquitoes, learning to recycle, developing new crops and overcoming pollution. That’s just a few of the ways I saved the world yesterday.