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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.

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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.

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CPRs

Coordination, communication and climate change mitigation

196 countries are ready to work together to limit the global emission of GHG.

Never Alone

Ethnicity and its impact on sustainability in stunning Never Alone

Never Alone is not only fun to play but it also easily fits into one of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Sustainable Development Goals

What are Sustainable Development Goals and how to achieve them?

Sustainable Development Goals became a framework for actions to stimulate changes until 2030.

Climate Wargame

Climate Warfare in Climate Wargame

By now, we have written about many games concerning climate change. Now, we present you another interesting game with this topic.

Pablo Suarez and Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre

Pablo Suarez and Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre games

Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre games are an ideal tools for leadership, risk management training.

COP21 in Paris, France

Climate Games for COP21

In the spirit of COP21, we want to present tools for spreading understanding and knowledge about climate change. Let us take a closer look at them.

Gamification

Gamification a’la UNESCO

Not many people know that UNESCO is one of the most enthusiastic advocates of games as a medium for spreading positivity.

COP21 Calculator

How to calculate the future with COP21 Calculator?

COP21 Calculator is the answer to all questions you might have about COP21 pledges.

Social change by gaming? It is possible

Social change by gaming? It is possible

Social change is a long and complicated process. But, because gaming is now socially accepted we can use it for social change.

Re-hydrate all Water Bears!

‘Serious’ Water Bears

Water Bears game proves to be a great tool in teaching about systems thinking and systems approach. It is a good step in making games a tool for education.

Jane McGonigal's lectures at TEDGlobal

Jane McGonigal at TEDGlobal

Jane McGonigal at TED Global talked about games as a tool for improving life standards and how games can evoke positive emotions.

Collective water management is very important issue!

How to save water with games

IFPR proves you can save water with games. In India and Colombia, communities learn about water management with the use of simulations.