We will play the boardgame by creating an interactive environment. Once finished, there will be a brief discussion period.
Category: #2 Climate Accessibility [Education]
We will play the boardgame by creating an interactive environment. There are five different regions around the world where people can play and we recommend only 6 people/region. The organisers will moderate the game within the room to answer any questions raised during game play. This is a highly collaborative game which will require input from all members in order to reach the 2050 goals. Once finished, there will be a brief discussion period.
About the organisers:
We present 2050 - A New World: a policy-making boardgame where players develop strategies to move towards a future where climate change is mitigated. They must make tough decisions with limited resources. We ask: what would you be willing to change for a sustainable, resilient life? Players will enact policies to guide their assigned city towards its 2050 sustainability goals, by reallocating local resources across five general categories (energy, food, nature, shelter, and water) to make each more sustainable.
Game led by Elizabeth Tennyson, Centre for Global Equality CEB Cambridge and Savia Palate, University of Cyprus.
How to register
This is an IN PERSON event limited to 30 people per session. Please register to reserve your participation by emailing: email@example.com. Location is the Guildhall, Cambridge