Updated August 19, 2017.
Are you interested in an interactive Model UN simulation where the students would be able to understand the topic easily, would be able to discern many different views on the topic, and would be able to fairly easily discern the policies of the country they represent in the simulation. This product on climate change will "do the trick."
I would note that my Model UN simulation on Capital Punishment is more user friendly, but the Climate Change topic is more timely.
Important: this simulation does not require extensive science background.
The first slide on the preview gives you some ideas as to how to run the simulation.
Included is an outline for the students to take notes, Rules of Procedure for the debating and a brief quiz.
My background: award winning HS Global Studies / International Relations teacher.
My IR students and I organized Model UN conferences (for 19 years) and, at one point, the SKHS Model UN was the largest one-day Model UN conference in the northeast (approx 400 student and 28 schools). See my profile.
If you like my style and substance, check out my other 51 products on TpT at my TpT "store": 21st Century Global Studies. Here are some of my products: ISIS, Islam - you'll be surprised, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Iran, Terrorism, Central American migration to the USA, Guatemala, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Botswana, Somalia, Comparative Electoral systems, UN Simulations on Capital Punishment, Drug Trafficking, and Syria, Democracy, Communism, Bhutan, African overview, Finland and more!