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Sustainability professionals, academics and organizations from all around the world applied social simulations and games in their areas of activity.

Read their stories on the G4S blog.

Blog

Sustainability professionals, academics and organizations from all around the world applied social simulations and games in their areas of activity.

Read their stories on the G4S blog.

Latest posts

Civic engagement - how to love democracy?

How to love democracy?

Democracy has become the political version of spinach. Although almost everyone knows it’s good and healthy, only few people actually eat it.
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Protecting natural capital, Interview with Henry Borrebach

Natural capital with Henry Borrebach

We talked with Henry Borrebach from Natural Capital Project – partnership project focusing on the protection of the natural capital.
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Is climate change really such a remote problem_

Is climate change really such a remote problem?

While the overall awareness of climate change is growing, paradoxically, a lot of people chose to ignore the elephant in the room.
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Best Festival Ever, interview with Nikki Kennedy

Best Festival Ever with Nikki Kennedy

Best Festival Ever is a unique mix of science and serious game. How sustainability fits in all that? We talked with Nikki Kennedy.
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Games and groundwater governance

Groundwater governance

Groundwater management becomes more and more pressing issue for many communities. Can games be used to tackle these dilemmas?
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Being sustainable in the Lords of the Valley

Playing the Lords of the Valley

It is time to get in touch with our children and talk about what they think is important. In order to do this, we used a serious game.
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Nexus Game

Why Nexus Game is more than a game?

Nexus Game is bound to engage and to intensify learning effect. So, if you want to learn, you know what to do: start playing!
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ECO environment

How to Save the Environment?

How to Save the Environment by Letting Kids Destroy It: The power of video games put towards the political problem of climate change.
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Celebrating with Water Games

Celebrating WWD17 with Water Games

Fresh water, the resource that is not only essential to life but, to some inhabitants of our planet, unfortunately hardly accessible.
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World Water Day 2017 will remind you about the wastewater

WWD17 is all about wastewater

What is a WWD17? What is hiding under the Wastewater slogan? Find answers to those questions and more about Water Games initiative!
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Three reasons to play water management games

Why play water management games?

You might need some good arguments to convince your boss to play games for and during your work. Three reasons to play water games!
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PreventionWeb by UNISDR

PreventionWeb for DRR professionals

PreventionWEB is a web platform created by the UNISDR. The platform provides current news and tools for exchange and collaboration.
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