You want your team to understand the basics of climate change and have fun together
You need to communicate the company’s climate strategy to the board or any department beyond the sustainability unit
You want an engaging activity for your online or in person event
organized for business audiences
including top managers
82% of participants
improved their understanding of the drivers of climate change
65% of participants
were inspired to take action
Climate Action Simulation is a business game focused on solutions to climate change. It is based on the En-ROADS model developed by Climate Interactive and MIT Sloan Sustainability.
The players take part in a mock up UN Climate Summit where they represent one of the stakeholder groups: Conventional Energy, CleanTech, Industry, Climate Justice Hawks, World Governments etc. The goal of the Summit is to limit global warming to 1.5 °C.
During the game the participants will test a range of solutions: introducing carbon price, increasing energy efficiency, subsidizing renewables, planting trees – and see what works to address climate change.
The game lasts 3.5 hours and includes three rounds of negotiations. If you are time constrained, we suggest that you opt for a Climate Workshop – an interactive 2-hour event. However, we highly recommend going for Climate Action Simulation, if possible, as it is more engaging and fun than the workshop.
;Climate Action Simulation;Climate Workshop
Duration;3.5 hours;2 hours
Number of participants;12-40;Any
Format;Online or in person;Online or in person
This game helps to understand how climate negotiations look like. It allows to try out different measures aimed to protect the environment and immediately see what impact they have. It is easy to realize the deep urge for care about our Planet through Climate Action Simulation, as well as spend some good time with the coworkers.
Country Sustainability Manager, IKEA Russia
I really liked the game, and highly recommend it! It inspires you to start life anew. I promised myself that our agency will invest more into sustainability projects.
Strategy & Creative director, Affect digital agency
This is, indeed, one of the coolest and most user-friendly things about climate that I’ve seen recently.
Associate Director, PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategies Russia