Thanks to a short gameplay, the players can experience interdependence and the impact humankind has on nature, and they can see for themselves how important a sensible management of the God given common good is. Players decide what they want to do – how many trees they want to cut. The profit of one person can be the loss for the others.
Biodiversity and eonomic inequalities in the context of tragedy of the commons.
Players learn learn how the lack of cooperation and communication, as well as self-centred approach, makes the communal life complicated and difficult to reach common goals.
Young players experience long term consequences of their decisions.
Players train in the art of discussion and consensus.
Players learn about the common goods and impact the humankind has on environment.
The game’s title came from Pope Francis encyclical Laudato Si which means “Praise be to you” in Medieval Central Italian.
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Laudato Si Board Game