A DEEP DIVE INTO SUSTAIN-A-BOWL
What is it?
Where will it take place?
How will it work?
The Sustain-A-Bowl is a Jeopardy-based environmental competition, where teams of 1 or 2 compete to answer Jeopardy questions to score the most points. There will be 5 categories for the competition: forest fires, biodiversity, species, overpopulation, and marine life. Each category will have 6 questions, including a bonus question for your team to answer. For bonus questions, teams will discuss questions in a breakout room via Zoom.
The event will be taking place on Zoom, where teams will raise their hands and unmute to answer questions. Participants must show their cameras and have working microphones. Participants must stay on mute unless called on to speak. Please respect proper Zoom etiquette as expressed here.
Each player on each team of two is assigned the number, ONE or TWO.
Begin the game with a random question, first player 1 to buzz in and be correct picks the next question for their teammate (from the same team).
Once the question is picked, anyone has the opportunity to guess the correct answer. If no one guesses the correct answer, the next highest point Q for that topic is shown. (the question guessed incorrectly is thrown out and the answer is shown.) Whoever guesses the right answer, receives the allotted points. Each round is a different player from each team (1 or 2) answering the question. Whoever guesses the right answer, receives the allotted points. Each round is a different player from each team (1 or 2) answering the question.