Type: Game

The Dwelling Near the Ditch Game

The Dwelling Near the Ditch Game aims to support learning and dialogue about the opportunities and trade-offs facing communities which lack waste collection services, and the additional stress that climate change (in the form of more frequent flooding, aggravated by blocked drains and ditches) can pose for them As the game is played, players experience …

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The Upstream-Downstream Game

The game centres on climate-related information in decision-making at the community level, and how neighbouring upstream and downstream communities can work together to manage consequences of flood, drought and deforestation.  Video of the game, Video of the game, Video of the game in Spanish http://vimeo.com/46378989, http://vimeo.com/46378989, http://vimeo.com/45097866

The Ready! Game

Ready enables focused conversations with communities on disaster preparedness and disaster risk reduction.  It was designed by students at Parsons School of Design for use by the American Red Cross in the Zambezi river basin.  Ready! is a relatively physical game that can be played using virtually any disaster scenario. The game is played with simple materials …

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The Ready Game

Ready! enables focused conversations with communities on disaster preparedness and disaster risk reduction.  It was designed by students at Parsons School of Design for use by the American Red Cross in the Zambezi river basin.   Ready! is a relatively physical game that can be played using virtually any disaster scenario. The game is played with simple materials …

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The Gender and Climate Game

A participatory activity to support experiential learning and dialogue on the differential vulnerability of women and men facing climate variability and change. Players first take on the role of subsistence farmers facing changing risks — then ‘walk in the shoes’ of a specific gender role. Experiencing the consequences of individual and collective decisions, rich discussions …

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