Who Wants to Be…? At the UN Climate Summit

On the 18th December 2009 The People Speak will host a world-changing game show as part of the Copenhagen Climate Forum called “Who Wants to Be…?”: the show where the audience makes up the questions, the answers, and the rules!

NB: The show runs from 6:30pm – 8pm GMT (1 hour behind Copenhagen time), at DGI-byen. Details of how to get there are on the Climate Forum website

The mission: to have fun seeing if a group of people people having fun can make better decisions and raise more money than the politicians at Copenhagen!

Introducing the Planetary Pledge Pyramid from The People Speak on Vimeo.

Pledge your fiver and get access to the big event on Kickstarter.com:

Anyone can propose ideas and vote on the best ones – which will all go through to the final game in Copenhagen. You can get the ideas flowing by signing up on the Planetary Pledge Pyramid Facebook Application, or on the Uservoice site.

On the night as many Internet voters as we can recruit will join 300 people in the DGI Buyen building in central Copenhagen for the grand finale of the people’s Climate Forum.

As usual – anything could happen! But if you want to get a sense of how the show itself might look, check out these write-ups and video of the last ‘Who Wants to Be…?’ show in Newcastle.

See you in Copenhagen!

5 Responses to “Who Wants to Be…? At the UN Climate Summit”

  1. […] Finally people will gather ON 18TH of DECEMBER for a dramatic, democratic, decision-making game-show where they will vote on their ultimate collective action: WHO WANTS TO BE…? END OF THE WORLD EDITION […]

  2. Dave says:

    Can you clarify the start time and duration of this event in GMT for those of us who want to follow it on the internet and still go to Christmas parties?

  3. saul says:

    Dave, sure: it starts at 6:30 GMT, and ends at 8pm GMT.

  4. […] December 18th at the UN Climate Summit in Copenhagen, they’re going to do just that with A GAME SHOW CALLED “WHO WANTS TO BE”.  As they state:  it’s a show where the audience makes up the questions, the answers, and […]

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