Environmental website hoping to inspire people of all ages to better our planet.

Moy Z., Rose B., Julia K.

The website was designed as a final project for the Amazon Seattle Girls Who Code SIP. It includes two kid-friendly games that go over the issues of climate change in the arctic and urban regions of our world. The website also includes extra information and resources informing people about what they can do to help solve the problem.

As human activity increases, we are slowly killing our planet. We were inspired by the recent Canadian wild fires that resulted in toxic smoke, reaching as far as the Seattle area and lingering for weeks on end.

We are addressing climate change by making information readily available and digestible for people of all ages. We feature two kid-friendly games that help ease children into learning about climate change. We also have information for those who enjoy facts.

We utilized a new HTML5 game framework called Phaser. We were unfamiliar with Phaser's syntax and other attributes that made it difficult and frustrating to work with. However, over time, as we read tutorials and explored the framework ourselves, we managed to develop two games.

We are rising high school juniors and seniors who met at the Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program in Seattle. We come from Missouri, Texas, and Washington and are excited to learn more about coding.

You can view the project here.

This project was made by Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program students at Amazon (Seattle).